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Intellectual Property

  • IP and R&D Trends in Biological Sequencing
    IP and R&D Trends in Biological Sequencing
    Karthik Subramanian (PatSnap), Shivshankar Umashankar (PatSnap), and Tom Phillips (WIPR) Recorded: Sep 28 2020 39 mins
    A recent study from McKinsey claims that 45% of the world’s disease burden could be addressed by biological means. With the increasing number of cancers and other rare diseases, it is no surprise that biotech innovations are on the rise.
    To supplement that, advancements in biotechnology such as next-generation sequencing techniques and personalised medicines have made the large-scale development of biological drugs easier and more cost-effective.
    The prior art, containing patents for biological gene sequences, and the claims generally include descriptions of gene sequences as a form of protection of DNA, RNA, other nucleotides and proteins.
    These patents are always claimed in relation to the sequence upon which the said drug acts. This is mostly with respect to a disease which occurs as a result of sequence mutation, or a disease which the drug is used to treat that acts upon the sequence mentioned in the claim.
    Metadata associated to a sequence claimed in a patents has therefore gained more significance than before, for both research and freedom-to-operate perspectives.
    In this webinar, we will look closely at how prior art is contributing to drug discovery, and how the trend over the last five years in the prior art landscape has made IP and R&D professionals change the way sequence searching is done.
    We also look at how artificial intelligence has helped platforms such as PatSnap Bio shift the approach to sequence searching to the next level, and meet the changing patenting landscape in biological sequencing.
  • Controlled Collaboration Using Group Permissions
    Controlled Collaboration Using Group Permissions
    Gareth Bernard Recorded: Sep 17 2020 29 mins
    Nuix Investigate Power User webinar series

    Digital investigations are often massive in scale and evidence volume, requiring the collaborative work of multiple investigators and analysts. Nuix Investigate contains robust user management and role-based settings so that case contributors can access the functionality that applies to their specific skill set and view any case the way that best makes sense to them. Join this webinar to see how groups can be set up and administered within Nuix Investigate to give people unique views and functionality, and what those groups look like in practice.
  • Making Processes and Cost Predictable in an Age of Unpredictability
    Making Processes and Cost Predictable in an Age of Unpredictability
    Jennifer Bantelman, Jack Thompson, Constance Mockaitis, Florence Yee Recorded: Sep 16 2020 60 mins
    2020.09.16 - PREX Summit Series - EDRM

    Legal Departments have already undergone a massive shift in recent years with mandates to behave more like traditional business units. Now, with new regulations coming near constantly, additional privacy, security, compliance, and information governance responsibilities are being added rapidly. How do you take all of these new mandates and responsibilities and make sure they are done in a sustainable way for your business and staff, and ensure that everything gets done, on time, and on budget? This session will explore ways to increase your process efficiency, reduce costs and increase predictability, and cover core metrics to track.

    Expert Presenters:
    Jennifer Bantelman (moderator)
    Sr. Director, Solutions Engineering
    Zapproved

    Jennifer is a technologist focused on strategy, customer experience, workflow, process improvement, and product in the legal tech industry.

    Florence Yee
    VP & Corporate Counsel
    Enterprise Litigation Group
    Prudential Financial, Inc.

    Constance Mockaitis
    Associate Director
    eDiscovery Operations
    Abbvie

    Jack Thompson
    Assistant Director
    Global eDiscovery and Legal Operations at Sanofi
  • One Quick Thing - Emerging opportunities, innovation and growth
    One Quick Thing - Emerging opportunities, innovation and growth
    John Paul Keeler, Director - Solutions Consulting @PatSnap Recorded: Sep 11 2020 23 mins
    In this webinar we will look at cross-industry collaboration and how to identify monetization opportunities in IP in order to drive change and innovate faster in your business.
  • Enhancing IP and R&D collaboration - CIIT Series 2 Ep. 2
    Enhancing IP and R&D collaboration - CIIT Series 2 Ep. 2
    Robert Sobel, VP of R&D @FONA International Recorded: Sep 10 2020 59 mins
    Interview with Robert Sobel, VP of R&D at FONA International. In our second session, Robert talks about how IP data can help to unlock new opportunities, relieve the pressure, and contribute to the innovation pipeline.
  • JOB SEARCH WORKSHOP: "How to Have Certainty in Uncertainty"
    JOB SEARCH WORKSHOP: "How to Have Certainty in Uncertainty"
    Laureen Kautt & Mary Mack Recorded: Sep 10 2020 60 mins
    LegalTech Recruiter Laureen Kautt is joined by EDRM's CEO Mary Mack introducing the first in a series of workshops designed to help the global community seeking employment in a pandemic. New tools and a shift in mindset are needed to navigate the changing currents.
  • Enhancing IP and R&D collaboration - CIIT Series 2 Ep. 1
    Enhancing IP and R&D collaboration - CIIT Series 2 Ep. 1
    George J. Romanik, Shareholer @Kinney & Lange Recorded: Sep 10 2020 59 mins
    Interview with George J. Romanik, Shareholder at Kinney & Lange. In our first Enhancing IP and R&D collaboration session, George talks about IP’s value to R&D and the importance of connecting teams to deliver better, more sustainable innovation.
  • One Quick Thing - Driving innovation through open communication
    One Quick Thing - Driving innovation through open communication
    John Paul Keeler, Director - Solutions Consulting @PatSnap Recorded: Sep 10 2020 23 mins
    In this webinar we will explore how innovators are using communication to improve their ideation process, plan their strategies, and beat the competition.
  • Special Masters in Litigation
    Special Masters in Litigation
    Maura Grossman, Hon. Ira Warshawsky, Hon. Frank Maas, Hon. Kristen L. Mix Recorded: Sep 9 2020 61 mins
    In January 2019, the ABA published a new set of guidelines concerning the use of special masters. Despite their contribution to "just, speedy and inexpensive" resolution of issues, the use of special masters remains an underutilized form of dispute resolution. Join this all-star panel as they explore the pros and cons and share their thoughts on best practices to maximize benefits while mitigating the potential downsides.

    Speakers
    Moderator:
    Maura R. Grossman
    Research Professor
    University of Waterloo
    Maura R. Grossman, J.D., Ph.D., is a Research Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo and an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, both in Ontario, Canada. She also is Principal at Maura Grossman Law, an eDiscovery law and consulting firm in Buffalo, N.Y.

    Hon. Frank Maas
    Mediator/Arbitrator/Special Master
    JAMS, Inc.
    Judge Maas is a United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York.

    Hon. Ira B. Warshawsky
    Of Counsel
    Meyer Suozzi
    Justice Ira B. Warshawsky, ret. is Of Counsel in the Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution practices at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. in Garden City, Long Island, N.Y.

    Hon. Kristen L. Mix
    Magistrate Judge
    U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
    Kristen L. Mix graduated from Middlebury College, cum laude, with a degree in English. She obtained her J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law and practiced law in Denver until 2007, when she was appointed to the federal bench. Magistrate Judge Mix's expertise prior to her appointment was in labor and employment law. Magistrate Judge Mix serves on the Judicial Conference of the United States' Committee on the Administration of the Magistrate Judge System and on the United States District Court for the District of Colorado's Local Rules Committee.
  • SPCs: protection of active ingredients, new and old
    SPCs: protection of active ingredients, new and old
    Joel Beevers (Potter Clarkson), Michael Pears (Potter Clarkson), Stephanie Pilkington (Potter Clarkson), Tom Phillips (LSIPR) Recorded: Sep 9 2020 66 mins
    Joel Beevers, Michael Pears and Stephanie Pilkington of Potter Clarkson will explore the practical impact of recent CJEU case law in Royalty Pharma (C-650/17) and Teva v Gilead (C-121/17) on what constitutes ‘protection’ of active ingredients by the basic patent in the context of supplementary protection certificates (SPCs); how patent specifications can be optimised for this purpose; and how it can influence patent filing strategies.
    They also consider the current state of play for obtaining SPCs for previously authorised active ingredients in view of the recent CJEU judgments in Abraxis (C-443/17) and Santen (C-673/18), and what options remain open to maximise exclusivity.
  • Masterclass: The Current and Future State of the Legal Technology Job Market
    Masterclass: The Current and Future State of the Legal Technology Job Market
    Jared Coseglia, Mary Mack & Kaylee Walstad Recorded: Sep 3 2020 63 mins
    TRU Founder and CEO Jared Coseglia sits down with EDRM's Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad to deliver an update on where the e-discovery, cybersecurity, and privacy job markets are today as they adapt to the ongoing pandemic while keeping up with the ever-evolving legal tech landscape. Jared will break down where the hiring is now and where it will be later in Q3 and into Q4, how legal tech pros can leverage certification and training to stay at the forefront of the industry in response to new questions about data management and protection, and the larger trends that will define the rest of 2020
  • Let the Data Tell the Story
    Let the Data Tell the Story
    Malcolm Jeffries Recorded: Sep 3 2020 47 mins
    In this short session, we will look at a few of the concepts and analytics that will be discussed in Nuix Training to mimic a Nuix investigation workflow from initial strategy through to the preparation of the relevant evidential data. In training, we further explore the workflow from receipt of the data and how we use various techniques to analyze, search, and cull data all the way to a production for court.
  • Learn About Our Free Trial of Nuix Discover SaaS!
    Learn About Our Free Trial of Nuix Discover SaaS!
    Emily Tice & Matthew Geaghan Recorded: Sep 2 2020 40 mins
    Nuix Discover SaaS has revolutionized how legal teams perform eDiscovery. In addition to the reduction in IT costs, seamless upgrades, and improved usability, this deployment option makes it easy to try and evaluate competing solutions! After several years of providing trials (supervised and unsupervised) of Nuix Discover, Emily Tice, Vice President of Customer Experience and Matthew Geaghan, Head of Legal Sales, know how organizations can get the most out of their trial experience.

    In this webinar they will cover:

    • Preparing for the trial
    • The Nuix Discover SaaS UI
    • How to look at your first assignment
    • How to search and browse the data
    • Favorite review features
    • How to visualize data with Document Mapper
    • The most frequently asked questions before, during, and after a trial.
  • Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for September 2020
    Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for September 2020
    Doug Austin, Tom O' Connor, Craig Ball & Mary Mack Recorded: Sep 2 2020 65 mins
    What we have here is a failure to cooperate! Our September monthly webinar of cases covered by the eDiscovery Today blog discusses key cases related to cooperation disputes, including disputes related to in camera review, boilerplate objections, forensic analysis and search terms.

    Join Doug Austin, Editor of eDiscovery Today, Mary Mack, CEO of EDRM, Craig Ball of Craig D. Ball, P.C. and Tom O’Connor, Director of Gulf Legal Technology Center as they discuss important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery in the future. Topics to be addressed include:

    + Efficacy of Boilerplate Objections in 2020
    + How Courts Should Address Search Term Disputes
    + What Parties Should Do When Correcting Production Deficiencies
    + When Courts Should Conduct In Camera Review to Resolve Privilege Disputes
    + What Forensic Examiners Need to Discover for Potential Spoliation Sanctions

    Expert Presenters:
    Doug Austin, Editor, eDiscovery Today
    Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist, EDRM
    Craig Ball, President of Craig D. Ball, P.C.
    Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Legal Technology Center
  • Using dashboards for greater efficiency
    Using dashboards for greater efficiency
    Emily Tice Recorded: Aug 27 2020 56 mins
    Nuix Discover power user webinar series

    Nuix Discover employs cutting edge user experience design to help users easily understand complex data sets immediately. Whether viewing reviewer progress, case metrics, or portal metrics, Nuix Discover has a dashboard to help you better understand and share the critical eDiscovery metrics that legal teams need to succeed. In this session we focus on several key dashboards and how you can use them drive review efficiency with Nuix Discover.
  • Using AI-powered eDiscovery Tools for Rapid and Robust Document Reviews
    Using AI-powered eDiscovery Tools for Rapid and Robust Document Reviews
    Juan Di Luca, Jason Brennan & Tom Megson Recorded: Aug 26 2020 60 mins
    As the volume of enterprise data has exploded, so too has the workload of the litigator. Lawyers now frequently face investigations where the data runs into the hundreds of Terabytes; sifting through these piles of documents to find what is relevant and uncover any smoking guns is time-consuming, costly, and fraught with the potential for human error.

    Join us for a discussion between Juan Di Luca, Founder and Operations Director at Data Analysis Services Ltd and Jason Brennan, CEO of Luminance, about how next-generation AI can offer a flexible, intelligent solution that ensures lawyers can quickly get to the heart of a matter, thoroughly examining all documents and ensuring no stone is left unturned.


    Speakers:

    Juan Di Luca, Founder and Operations Director at Data Analysis Services Ltd

    Juan is an international legal professional with experience in Latin America, the US and Europe.

    Jason Brennan, CEO, Luminance

    Jason is acting CEO of Luminance and responsible for overseeing Luminance’s operations and continued expansion across the United States and greater Americas region.

    Tom Megson, Legal Product Expert

    Having graduated with a degree in Politics, Philosophy & Economics from The University of Manchester. Tom is an experienced legal tech professional having joined Luminance in 2019.
  • Special Masters in Litigation
    Special Masters in Litigation
    Maura Grossman, Hon. Ira Warshawsky, Hon. Frank Maas, Hon. Kristen L. Mix Recorded: Aug 25 2020 62 mins
    In January 2019, the ABA published a new set of guidelines concerning the use of special masters. Despite their contribution to "just, speedy and inexpensive" resolution of issues, the use of special masters remains an underutilized form of dispute resolution. Join this all-star panel as they explore the pros and cons and share their thoughts on best practices to maximize benefits while mitigating the potential downsides.

    Speakers
    Moderator:
    Maura R. Grossman
    Research Professor
    University of Waterloo
    Maura R. Grossman, J.D., Ph.D., is a Research Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo and an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School of York University, both in Ontario, Canada. She also is Principal at Maura Grossman Law, an eDiscovery law and consulting firm in Buffalo, N.Y.

    Hon. Frank Maas
    Mediator/Arbitrator/Special Master
    JAMS, Inc.
    Judge Maas is a United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York.

    Hon. Ira B. Warshawsky
    Of Counsel
    Meyer Suozzi
    Justice Ira B. Warshawsky, ret. is Of Counsel in the Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution practices at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. in Garden City, Long Island, N.Y.

    Hon. Kristen L. Mix
    Magistrate Judge
    U.S. District Court, District of Colorado
    Kristen L. Mix graduated from Middlebury College, cum laude, with a degree in English. She obtained her J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law and practiced law in Denver until 2007, when she was appointed to the federal bench. Magistrate Judge Mix's expertise prior to her appointment was in labor and employment law. Magistrate Judge Mix serves on the Judicial Conference of the United States' Committee on the Administration of the Magistrate Judge System and on the United States District Court for the District of Colorado's Local Rules Committee.
  • Secure, Efficient, Remote Review: Organization Administration Made Easy
    Secure, Efficient, Remote Review: Organization Administration Made Easy
    Jennifer Roberts, Product Marketing Manager, Everlaw; Isabela Reid, Product Marketing Manager, Everlaw Recorded: Aug 25 2020 43 mins
    Managing multiple matters while safeguarding client data is undeniably difficult. With the recent shift to remote work, litigation support managers and other administrators now have the extra responsibilities of maintaining data security and ensuring ediscovery teams have access to the right documents and cloud-based tools. Additionally, complex matters require strict information governance and adherence to compliance guidelines. Security is more of a pressing issue now than ever before, but legal budgets and timelines remain tight. The right ediscovery solution must ensure that secure workflows go hand in hand with efficient workflows.

    Join Everlaw's Product Marketing Managers, Jennifer Roberts and Isabela Reid, as they show how the platform enables review administrators to accelerate the process of getting new cases up and running, increase control over their databases, and collaborate securely in a remote work environment.
  • Why SAST and SCA Together Are Better, Faster, Stronger
    Why SAST and SCA Together Are Better, Faster, Stronger
    Utsav Sanghani, Senior Product Manager, Staff, Synopsys Recorded: Aug 25 2020 42 mins
    Static application security testing (SAST) is critical for uncovering and eliminating issues in proprietary code. However, over 60% of the code in an average application today is composed of open source components. SAST isn’t designed to find open source vulnerabilities (CVEs) or identify open source licenses. And manually maintaining a repository of approved open source components for developers is inefficient and time consuming. That’s where software composition analysis (SCA) comes in.

    Join Utsav Sanghani, product manager, as he explores the benefits of bringing SAST and SCA together. He’ll explain why using an SCA tool to scan open source dependencies is as imperative to a software development strategy as using SAST to test proprietary code. He’ll also demonstrate how developers, by combining SAST and SCA analysis in the IDE, can address issues holistically as they code, saving time and increasing productivity so they can deliver secure, high-quality software faster.
  • Stop Your IP From Walking out the Door: Insider Threat Prevention with Nuix
    Stop Your IP From Walking out the Door: Insider Threat Prevention with Nuix
    Alex Chatzistamatis and Hoke Smith Recorded: Aug 20 2020 63 mins
    Many enterprises struggle with identifying, planning, and implementing the core capabilities needed to prevent insider threats within the organization. Executive-level questions and concerns about whether the investments required for enterprise-scale tools are justified by insider threat risk alone make it a strategically tricky initiative to sufficiently fund and fully execute.
    Join this webinar with Nuix solution experts to learn:
    • Why your insider threat tools and software need to address three core insider threat capabilities: threat detection, triage, and investigation
    • How these capabilities work together to prevent insider theft of intellectual property
    • The additional areas of risk these core capabilities support.
  • OpenChain - Reducing Risk and Friction in the Supply Chain
    OpenChain - Reducing Risk and Friction in the Supply Chain
    Andrew Katz, Moorcrofts & Matt Jacobs, Synopsys Recorded: Aug 20 2020 63 mins
    OpenChain standardizes license compliance requirements around the use of open source software in the supply chain. Customers purchasing from an OpenChain compliant company know that the software has been developed in line with a set of documented and tested procedures and that all the relevant meta data (SBOMs and compliance notices) is available. So what does that mean for you?

    Join us for a live webinar to learn why companies like Scania (Volkswagen group), Cisco, ARM, Facebook, Uber, Google, Microsoft, Sony and Qualcomm rely on OpenChain. We’ll cover:

    •The history of OpenChain, steps to compliance and overall benefits
    •How OpenChain scales, and works for companies large and small
    •What happens when the 2.1 specification becomes an ISO standard in September 2020

    Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.
  • New Techniques for Finding Relevant Data Faster
    New Techniques for Finding Relevant Data Faster
    Tara Jones, Brett Tarr, Tiana Van Dyk & Michael Hamilton Recorded: Aug 18 2020 61 mins
    FACT: The most expensive stage in e-discovery is document review, often accounting for 80% or more of total e-discovery costs.

    Unfortunately though, many legal departments haven't seen their document review costs decline. Attempts often fail because they don't get to the root of the problem: too much data is preserved, collected and sent to outside entities.

    In the third webcast in Exterro’s E-Discovery Masters Series, a panel of experts from Verizon Media, Ernst & Young and Epiq will discuss the best approaches for implementing Legal GRC protocols that create an efficient and cost effective e-discovery strategy.

    Register for this upcoming webcast and learn:
    - Practices for identifying responsive data at the earliest stages in the matter
    - Why a Legal GRC strategy is a must have to streamline data requests that legal must manage
    - How to update and modify your information governance and e-discovery preservation / collection processes to see immediate benefits
    Speakers:
    - Tara Jones, Legal Services Manager, Verizon Media (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tara-jones-mba-1aaaa43/)
    - Brett Tarr, IG & Legal Operations, Ernst & Young (https://www.linkedin.com/in/bretttarr/)
    - Tiana Van Dyk, Director of Client Solutions, Epiq (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tianavandyk/)
  • Recording and Reviewing Online Meetings for eDiscovery Professionals
    Recording and Reviewing Online Meetings for eDiscovery Professionals
    Martin Bonney (Panoram), Neil Thomas (Nuix), & Vince Neicho (Integreon) Recorded: Aug 18 2020 47 mins
    COVID-19 has led to a huge increase in online meetings around the world, as companies large and small have been forced to adapt to remote working setups. During this webinar, we’ll look at the stats, intersections between online meetings and other data sources—notably chat and email—and some of the challenges facing legal, technical, and review teams. We’ll also talk about the parallels between audio and video along with a sample workflow for dealing with chat, audio, and video.

    If you’ve asked yourself any of the following questions recently, this webinar is for you:
    • What meetings should your organization record? Are there data privacy, HR, or other issues?
    • Where is meeting recording data stored and how is it collected or retrieved?
    • How can we optimize and standardize recordings for review?
    • How much time will it take to review recordings?
  • TAR Talk:  We’re back with a new episode on AI, Machine Learning and the Future
    TAR Talk: We’re back with a new episode on AI, Machine Learning and the Future
    John Tredennick, Tom Gricks, Jeremy Pickens & Mary Mack Recorded: Aug 12 2020 31 mins
    Your favorite TAR Talk boys, John Tredennick, Founder Director of Merlin Foundation and CEO of Merlin Digital Magic and Tom Gricks, Managing Director of Professional Services at OpenText are back with a new episode, and a new regular on the porch--Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Principal Data Scientist at OpenText. Join us (but keep your social distance) on our virtual rockers as we
    talk about AI, Machine Learning, and the future of AI in legal.

    Tune in live on July 30th at 2 pm ET or catch the recorded podcast at https://www.edrm.net/events-2/webinars/ or TARTalk.org.
  • Threat Modeling: A Synopsys Approach
    Threat Modeling: A Synopsys Approach
    Chandu Ketkar, Director Security Architecture Practice and Andre Joseph, Principal Consultant at Synopsys Recorded: Aug 12 2020 57 mins
    Including threat modeling early in the software development process can ensure your organization is building security into your applications. For applications that are further along in development or currently launched, it can help you pinpoint the need for additional security testing.
    Threat modeling identifies the types of threats that are applicable in the context of the application and its environment. Knowledge of such threats, along with their likelihood and impact, enables us to secure our design in anticipation, identify security requirements early, and inform downstream security testing.

    There are many threat modeling approaches out there. In this webinar, we provide insights into Synopsys’ threat modeling approach, which has evolved as we’ve conducted threat assessments for various types of applications for our clients.
  • Illuminating the Truth: A Conversation with Neal Katyal
    Illuminating the Truth: A Conversation with Neal Katyal
    AJ Shankar, CEO; Neal Katyal Sep 29 2020 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    The recent upheaval in the world has had a significant impact on every aspect of practicing law, as legal professionals have had to adjust to a new reality. That's why we've enlisted Neal Katyal, the former acting solicitor general and a special assistant attorney to the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office, to gain clarity in this fog of ambiguity.

    On September 29th at 11am PT (2pm ET), Neal Katyal and Everlaw CEO and Co-Founder, AJ Shankar, will have a wide-ranging discussion about the intersection of technology, collaboration, and the practice of law. More specifically, they'll touch on:

    - Developing the right argument at the right time, including how Neal prepares for Supreme Court arguments
    - How Neal’s perspective on the law has been informed by his work in private practice, representing the government, and teaching the law
    - Practicing law in the current climate
    - Pro bono work
    - Collaboration with remote teams during the global pandemic, and technology’s involvement in the practice of law
    - The importance of security and confidentiality in high-profile cases
  • Free and Open Source License Enforcement and Compliance
    Free and Open Source License Enforcement and Compliance
    Miriam Ballhausen, Bird & Bird & Matt Jacobs, Synopsys Sep 30 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Free and Open Source software is meant to be used and shared but you must comply with the license obligations. If licensees fail to do so, there may be legal consequences including license enforcement actions. But what does open source license enforcement mean in practice?

    Join this live webinar to get an overview of the risks and enforcement of Free and Open Source Licenses We’ll cover:

    •Understanding the Free and Open Source License landscape
    •What companies should look out for (and how tools may help)
    •Strategies for protecting against enforcement

    Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.
  • Using Nuix Workstation for eDiscovery
    Using Nuix Workstation for eDiscovery
    Jessica Solano Oct 1 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Using Nuix Workstation for eDiscovery

    In this short overview, we will take a quick look at a few of the concepts and analytics that will be discussed in Nuix Training to mimic a Nuix eDiscovery workflow from beginning to end. In training, we will explore what happens when you receive data, how to get it into Nuix, and how we can use techniques in Nuix to analyze, search, and cull data all the way to a production and legal export.
  • Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for October 2020
    Important eDiscovery Case Law Decisions for October 2020
    Doug Austin, Hon. Judge Andrew Peck (ret.), Tom O'Connor & Mary Mack Oct 6 2020 5:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    "Judging" by these cases, it's going to be an interesting discussion! Our October monthly webinar of cases covered by the eDiscovery Today blog discusses key cases related to discovery about discovery, the efficacy of terminating sanctions, considerations for audio/video discovery and disputes regarding search terms and technology assisted review (TAR).

    Join Doug Austin, Editor of eDiscovery Today, Mary Mack, CEO of EDRM, Tom O’Connor, Director of Gulf Legal Technology Center, and special guest Hon. Andrew Peck (Ret.), Senior Counsel at DLA Piper as they discuss important rulings that may impact how you conduct discovery in the future. Topics to be addressed include:

    + Proportionality and Discovery about Discovery
    + Terminating Sanctions and Copyright Infringement
    + Discoverability of Audio/Video Files
    + More Disputes Regarding Search Terms
    + Technology Assisted Review and Cost Shifting

    Expert Presenters:
    Doug Austin, Editor, eDiscovery Today
    Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist, EDRM
    Hon. Andrew Peck (Ret.), Senior Counsel at DLA Piper
    Tom O’Connor, Director, Gulf Legal Technology Center
  • Bending the Continuum of the EDRM Timeline
    Bending the Continuum of the EDRM Timeline
    Tracy Drynan, senior consultant, OpenText Jonathan Maas, managing director, The Mass Consulting Group Juan Di Luca, Principal Oct 8 2020 3:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    How global investigation strike teams hunt for information:

    Small elite teams deployed around the globe in internal, compliance and regulatory investigations, known as strike teams, are accelerating timelines and removing steps from the traditional EDRM order to find facts quickly for early case decision-making.
    The unique approaches adopted by strike teams—a laser focus on finding the facts that will tell the story, even when unknown at the outset—provides clients with the actionable intel to understand the potential risks, liability and case strengths early on.
    Register now to join prominent U.S. and U.K. investigation specialists in a discussion on how they have approached real-life investigations including price fixing claims, whistleblower allegations to pre-acquisition background assessments.
    Specific topics will include:
    -How traditional linear review protocols can obfuscate code words
    -Why an investigation review is dramatically different than an eDiscovery review
    -Tips on gaining rapid insight into your data and actionable intel to enable swift decision making
    If you’re unable to attend live, please register and we’ll notify you when the recording is available.

    Speakers:
    Tracy Drynan, senior consultant, OpenText
    Jonathan Maas, managing director, The Mass Consulting Group
    Juan Di Luca, Principal Head – Managed Review Services UK
  • The Importance of Fuzzing for Network Protocols
    The Importance of Fuzzing for Network Protocols
    Vishwas Sharma, Senior Sales Engineer, Synopsys Oct 13 2020 5:30 am UTC 60 mins
    Most security issues are triggered by misuse - and there are an infinite number of ways to misuse a system. Given that you don’t have an infinite amount of time to test for security issues, how will you know when a product is safe enough to ship or deploy?

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    Most security issues are triggered by misuse—and there are an infinite number of ways to misuse a system. Given that you don’t have an infinite amount of time to test for security issues, how will you know when a product is safe enough to ship or deploy? After you’ve analyzed the source code, the next step is to test its dynamic behavior using invalid input testing (fuzzing) that closely imitates what a hacker would do. Fuzzing provides a final test-run before rolling out to avoid costly bug fixes and product recalls.

    Network devices must be able to handle malicious inputs on their interfaces and protocols. Defensics is a model-based stateful protocol fuzzer that is based on popular specifications and has millions of malformed inputs to cover misuse cases that can trigger critical unknown vulnerabilities.

    Join us as we discuss the importance of fuzzing for network protocols and address its use cases:

    Development. Complement SAST methods by integrating fuzzing into CI/CD
    Quality assurance. Perform QA with enhanced test coverage in a manageable time
    Security. Uncover zero day and unknown vulnerabilities before they turn costly Procurement. Ensure robustness, quality, and security of software and devices before introducing them into IT/lab environment
  • Conducting Remote Internal Investigations with Everlaw
    Conducting Remote Internal Investigations with Everlaw
    Christina Ling, Product Marketing Manager; Chris Rauen, Solutions Architect Oct 13 2020 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Over the years, the adoption of cloud-based tools and remote collaboration has steadily increased, and the extensive shelter-in-place mandates associated with the coronavirus pandemic have forced legal practices in law firms and corporations to fully embrace remote-based work. Remote investigations could soon become the norm as enterprises look for ediscovery cloud alternatives amidst an increasingly digitally-connected, yet remote workforce.

    In this session, you will hear about how to seamlessly transition to collaborate and conduct investigations from anywhere. Join Everlaw as we discuss how legal teams can pivot to a new, remote world by:

    - Instantly spinning up a project by uploading data and setting up reviews
    - Quickly culling, searching on, and reviewing data
    - Empowering remote teams to collaborate with outside counsel and internal teams, from anywhere
    - Crafting cohesive reports to be easily reviewed by recipients for investigations
    - Relying on enterprise-grade security for data protection and privacy
  • Old Dogs, Same Tricks - Nuix Veterans Share Their Favorites
    Old Dogs, Same Tricks - Nuix Veterans Share Their Favorites
    Andy Ward, Matthew Geaghan, Alex Chatzistamatis, & John Bargiel Oct 22 2020 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Our software has evolved over the years, but many of its core features and functions remain largely unchanged. Because of that, there are some long-standing tips and tricks that Nuix veterans use that have stood the test of time and make every use case in Nuix easier to complete.

    If you’re new to Nuix or a long-time user, you can benefit from these pro tips, many of which aren’t as widely known as they should be. This will be a must-watch as Nuix veterans Matthew Geaghan, Andy Ward, Alex Chatzistamatis, and John Bargiel challenge each other with their knowledge of the software and welcome questions from the audience.
  • Are You Acquiring the Next Big Breach? Security Vulnerabilities & M&A
    Are You Acquiring the Next Big Breach? Security Vulnerabilities & M&A
    Hal Hearst, Synopsys Oct 22 2020 4:00 pm UTC 57 mins
    Software contains vulnerabilities and if you’re acquiring a company where software is a big part of the deal, you should understand if there is anything in that software that can be exploited.

    Join this live webinar to learn why security is a key piece of tech due diligence and the way your audit vendor manages their security data matters. We’ll cover:

    •Why due diligence has moved beyond license compliance
    •How you (and your vendor) can get a more in-depth view of your vulnerabilities
    •Strategies for understanding your security risks

    Don’t miss this informative webinar. Register today.
  • Welcome To Nuix Discover
    Welcome To Nuix Discover
    Jennifer Luningham Nov 5 2020 11:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    In this session you’ll learn the essentials of Nuix Discover, the all-in-one platform for the world’s best processing, essential analytics, and smart review. Special attention is focused on visual analytics that quickly reveal the critical details of every project, visual machine learning that leverages your team from 10 to 1000 with proven algorithms-based decision logic based on your subject matter experts’ decisions, and Nuix Discover’s effortless client management features via multi-tenancy, real-time reporting, and workspace flexibility for varied user perspectives.
  • Guilt: How Do We Prove It?
    Guilt: How Do We Prove It?
    Malcolm Jeffries Dec 3 2020 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    During this short session, we will discuss some of the digital forensic artifacts that we can pull from our data sets using various techniques available to the Nuix Workstation end user. Within the Nuix training classes we cover various Windows subjects, such as identifying key artifacts that assist us in proving a suspect’s knowledge of the presence of incriminating data.