Collaboration: you're engaging experts, working with specialist firms, and even interacting with clients - and that means sharing information in depth and frequently. Unfortunately, this free flow of information has the potential to open a law firm or legal professional to data loss that can result in claims of malpractice.
Protect yourself from potential malpractice claims when collaborating. Join us on August 20, and learn why Information Rights Management (IRM) technology is now essential to your practice and protection:
Speaker Information:Peter S. Vogel
Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP
Peter S. Vogel is a trial partner at Gardere Wynne Sewell where he is Chair of the Internet, eCommerce and Technology Group and Chair of the eDiscovery Team. Before practicing law he was a computer programmer, received a Masters in Computer Science, and taught graduate courses in information systems. His law practice has always been exclusively limited to representing buyers and sellers of computer technology and Internet services, had trials throughout the US, and so he has been involved with electronic evidence for more than 30 years. For 12 years Peter has served as the founding chair of the Texas Supreme Court on Judicial Committee on Information Technology, which is responsible for helping automate the Texas court system and establishing the eFiling System. He has taught courses on the Law of eCommerce at the SMU Dedman School of Law since 2000 and has an Internet, IT & eDiscovery blog, and a monthly column in eCommerce Times.
Content 4 IT
Aaron Goldberg is a renowned industry analyst and marketing strategy consultant for B2B information technology, spending more than 35 years working with senior executive management, marketing, and sales teams of IT Vendors, as well as IT Executives at end user organizations. He has also been a regular columnist covering computer and technology trends and issues. Mr. Goldberg has also specialized in technology issues for the legal industry. He is well-known for his succinct and realistic style, and his ability to distill the key drivers for customers, marketers, and IT staff.
Prior to forming Content 4 IT in 2012, he spent 20 years at Ziff-Davis where he initially was the CEO of InfoCorp, Ziff’s market research and IT Vendor consulting business and acted as one of the leading industry analysts. In that role he worked with virtually every major hardware and software vendor to provide industry and market analysis. He also worked as Executive Vice President of Computer Intelligence, the largest data base of IT customer information in the world. Before that, he spent 15 years at International Data Corporation (IDC) working up to the position of Worldwide Senior Vice President, leading their largest and most profitable business unit. During this time he worked with the founders and top management of key vendors such as Dell, HP, EMC, Microsoft, IBM, StorageTek, Gateway, Oracle, Intel, and many others. He has been a regular contributor to: Availability. Com, Computer Reseller News, ComputerWorld, InfoWorld, Wired, Upside Magazine, CIO Insight, The Wall Street Journal and eWEEK.
Director of Business Development
Adam Licht is the Director of Business Development for the legal communities that Intralinks serves. In his role, he acts as a customer advocate, working with law firms and corporate legal departments to evangelize secure data collaboration solutions and translate customer business challenges into product requirements, helping to steer Intralinks’ product road map and the evolving secure collaboration market. Adam brings over 16 years of legal industry experience and leadership in compliance, secure collaboration and enterprise software having worked with many of the AM LAW 200 and Fortune 1000 corporate legal departments helping to turn business challenges into real world solutions. In the past, he has led product management and business development positions for Wolters Kluwer CT Corporation, RR Donnelley and Pro Bono Net. - See more at: http://blogs.intralinks.com/collaborista/author/alicht/#sthash.lLxAGWzs.dpuf