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Clearwell Systems

January 26, 2010 07:02 ET

Leading E-Discovery Experts to Participate in Clearwell-Hosted SuperSession at LegalTech New York

Educational Panels Will Highlight E-Discovery Trends, Challenges and Lessons Learned From Legal and Enterprise Customers

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA--(Marketwire - January 26, 2010) - Clearwell Systems, Inc., a leader in intelligent e-discovery, today announced it will host an E-Discovery SuperSession with industry experts at the upcoming LegalTech® New York conference. Clearwell's panel of e-discovery specialists will share their insights on the future of e-discovery during three separate sessions on Monday, February 1, from 1-5 p.m. in Concourse G at the Hilton New York.

The first session, "The E-Discovery Expert Panel," begins at 1:00 p.m. and will provide attendees with meaningful expertise from their peers at law firms and enterprises about best practices for deploying e-discovery solutions and bringing e-discovery in-house. Dean Gonsowski, vice president of e-discovery services at Clearwell, will moderate the panel that includes:

--  Jay Brudz, senior counsel, legal technology at GE;
--  Ron Best, director of legal information systems at Munger, Tolles and
    Olson, LLP; and
--  Brian Hill, senior analyst at Forrester Research, Inc.

The second session, "Strategies for Transparency and Cooperation in E-Discovery," begins at 2:15 p.m. and brings together legal experts that will discuss ways to make e-discovery more transparent. The session will address demands from litigators, judges, and organizations such as The Sedona Conference to refocus litigation toward a more cooperative resolution of legal disputes. Gonsowski will host the discussion along with:

--  Sean Gallagher, partner at Hogan & Hartson, LLP; and
--  Lauren Schwartzreich, associate at Outten and Golden, LLP

The final session, "Ask the E-Discovery Doctors," begins at 3:30 p.m. and features a panel of e-discovery consultants and visionaries who will take live questions from the audience about the challenges facing the e-discovery industry today. The "doctors" will provide their prescriptions for a wide-range of topics including whether e-discovery should be outsourced or performed in-house; how early case assessment (ECA) should really be performed; and when an organization has a duty to preserve their documentation. Weighing in during this interactive and frank discussion moderated by Gonsowski will be:

--  Craig Ball, attorney and president, Craig D. Ball, P.C.;
--  Ralph Losey, attorney and co-chair of E-Discovery Practice Group,
    Akerman Senterfitt; and
--  George Socha, attorney and president, Socha Consulting, LLC

For more information on the E-Discovery SuperSession, or to register for the sessions, visit Attendance is free with Exhibit Hall registration at LegalTech.

Clearwell will also be exhibiting at LegalTech at booth number 2600.

About Clearwell Systems

Clearwell Systems is transforming the way enterprises and law firms perform electronic discovery (e-discovery) in response to litigation, regulatory inquiries, and internal investigations. The Clearwell E-Discovery Platform automates the processing, analysis, review, and production phases of e-discovery via a single, integrated product. Leading organizations such as Constellation Energy, Cisco, DLA Piper, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, Toyota, and the Department of Homeland Security / Office of Inspector General are using Clearwell to accelerate early case assessments, intelligently cull-down data, increase reviewer productivity, and ensure the defensibility of their e-discovery process. Consistently ranked as a leader in independent industry surveys and reports, Clearwell Systems is an active participant in the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Project and The Sedona Conference. For more information, visit, follow us on Twitter at, or subscribe to the E-Discovery 2.0 blog at

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