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Informative Graphics

January 26, 2011 08:30 ET

Informative Graphics Corporation to Moderate Key eDiscovery Panel Discussion on Native Format Production and Redaction at LegalTech New York

SCOTTSDALE, AZ and NEW YORK CITY, NY--(Marketwire - January 26, 2011) -  Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC), a leader in viewing, collaboration and redaction technology, will moderate a key "Emerging Technology" panel discussion titled, "The Debate on Native Format Production and Redaction," at the LegalTech® New York show. 

The panel discussion, led by Christine Musil, Director of Marketing for Informative Graphics Corporation, will be held Monday, January 31 from 2:45-3:45pm EST in the Sutton Parlor Center at the New York Hilton and will focus on issues such as the meaning of "native" format and whether "native" redaction truly exists. The discussion is in response to conflicting interpretations of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) as to what constitutes native format and obligations organizations have to collect, preserve, review and produce data in the context of litigation.

Panelists include world-renowned eDiscovery experts Craig Ball, George Socha, Tom O'Connor and Browning Marean.

Musil has written a number of white papers including, "The Reality of Native Format Production and Redaction," which inspired this LegalTech NY panel discussion. 

Background on the eDiscovery experts joining Musil on the panel:

  • Craig Ball -- Board certified trial lawyer, certified computer forensic examiner and electronic evidence expert. Craig is the author of numerous articles on eDiscovery and computer forensics and speaks frequently on these topics as an expert.
  • George Socha -- EDRM co-founder, offering services as an eDiscovery expert witness, special master, and advisor to corporations, law firms and their clients, and legal vertical market software and services providers in the areas of eDiscovery and automated litigation support.
  • Tom O'Connor -- Attorney and nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the area of computerized litigation support systems and eDiscovery. He has worked on many high-profile litigation matters including tobacco litigation on behalf of the Attorney General of Texas and various phases of the Enron litigation.
  • Browning E. Marean -- Senior Counsel in DLA Piper's San Diego office, and one of the worldwide leaders of the firm's eDiscovery task force. He advises firm clients about best practices for the preservation of electronic data and meeting other challenges of eDiscovery in a cost-effective manner. He is a frequent and an internationally known teacher and lecturer on various topics including eDiscovery and technology.

To sign up for LegalTech New York so you can attend this panel, visit: www.legaltechshow.com and visit IGC at booth#2401 to see a demo of Brava 7.

About Informative Graphics
Since 1990, Informative Graphics Corporation (IGC) has been a leading developer of commercial software products for viewing, collaboration and redaction. IGC products, including Redact-It, Net-It and viewing/collaboration/annotation tool Brava, are noted for their cost-saving value, ease-of-use, features and scalability. The products have been deployed by thousands of corporations, law firms and government entities in the United States and internationally. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, IGC maintains offices in the United States and has key distribution partners worldwide. For more information, visit www.infograph.com or follow us on Twitter @IGCsoftware or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/InformativeGraphics.

Contact Information

  • Media Contacts:
    Christy Burke
    Burke & Company LLC
    (917) 623-5096
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    Christine Musil
    Informative Graphics Corporation
    (602) 971-6061, ext. 133
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