I am particularly keen on being part of LawTech's increasing focus this year on information governance, a topic that is only growing in importance to the legal profession.
Prague, Czech Republic (PRWEB UK) 9 April 2014
Jason R. Baron, Esq. is Of Counsel in the law firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath, in Washington, D.C. As an internationally recognized speaker and author on the preservation of electronic documents, Jason will be a Keynote Speaker for LawTech Europe Congress 2014, an annual event on digital evidence, computer forensics, cyber security, and legal technology. Jason's Keynote will focus on "The Challenge of Cross-Border Information Governance In A Big Data World."
With data volume doubling every two years, information governance becomes more and more challenging. During his Keynote, Jason will discuss the application of predictive analytics in e-discovery to the information governance space, particularly how these sophisticated techniques work for U.S., European, and Asian based companies with a global presence. In addition, he will address whether an optimal information governance program based on the US experience can be successfully carried over in the EU given the EU's greater emphasis on privacy protections.
"We are very pleased to have Jason R. Baron as our Keynote Speaker for LTEC2014," said Frederick Gyebi-Ababio, Director of LawTech Europe Congress. "Recognized as an e-discovery trailblazer, Jason will no doubt inspire the expectant audience."
Of the conference Jason says, "I am honored to be invited to the LawTech Europe Congress, a venue that includes discussions at the forefront of the legal technology space. I am particularly keen on being part of LawTech's increasing focus this year on information governance, a topic that is only growing in importance to the legal profession."
About Jason R. Baron:
Mr. Baron serves as Of Counsel in the law firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath, in Washington, D.C., and is the Co-Chair of the Information Governance Initiative, a newly formed vendor-neutral industry consortium and think tank. As an internationally recognized speaker and author, over the past decade Mr. Baron has given presentations on preservation and access issues involving electronic records in over 300 forums, including throughout the U.S. and Canada, as well as a keynote or invited speaker at conferences held in Australia, Belgium, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and The Czech Republic. Mr. Baron is also currently an Adjunct Faculty member at the University of Maryland, where he teaches e-discovery in the College of Information Studies.
In 2013, Mr. Baron was recognized as an e-discovery “trailblazer” by The American Lawyer, in its issue on the “Top 50 Big Law Innovators of the Last 50 Years.” He was the 2011 recipient of the prestigious international Emmett Leahy Award, recognizing his career contributions in the field of records and information management. He also received a Fed 100 award from Federal Computer Week in 2008 for his e-discovery related advocacy.
For more information about Jason, please visit http://www.drinkerbiddle.com/people/attorneys/baron-jason-r.
About LawTech Europe Congress:
LawTech Europe Congress' mission is to create a cutting edge forum that addresses four core areas; digital evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and legal technology. These disciplines are at the forefront of organizational thinking. LTEC’s guiding philosophy is to embrace solutions to empower corporations, law firms, and government institutions to limit the potential exposure to legal, financial, and reputational risks and to increase overall competence around these topics. Delegates will be engaged throughout our events with advanced topic presentations, panel discussions, practical demonstrations, and an array of latest solutions from credible exhibitors. This event strategically focuses on best practices and how they fit into upholding a high level educational structure. LawTech Europe Congress has set out to provide relevant solutions and advice to all professionals interested in the future of digital evidence, forensic investigations, cyber security, and law office technologies.