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59 minutes
Information Governance in the Cloud: Compare and Contrast (2020 update)
Build your cloud knowledge. With CIO surveys showing over 90% of businesses use the public cloud, now is the time to improve your cloud readiness! Engage in lively discussion with the experts who worked directly with Amazon, Box, Google, IBM, Microsoft and other major cloud providers on the IG elements of their cloud solutions. Explore the Cloud’s information governance (IG) features for retention, legal holds, disposition information protection and more! Expanding your knowledge will assure your place at the table as a valued resource, as your organization leverages the cloud.

Legalweek

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61 minutes
ARMA’s Information Governance Implementation Model: The Way Forward For Information Governance
Learn about ARMA’s new model for Information Governance, the ARMA Information Governance Implementation Model (IGIM). In this session you’ll get an overview of this new methodology for helping your organization move forward in your Information Governance endeavors. You’ll also learn how this model can also be utilized for maturity assessment and how ARMA is connecting the IGIM to future resources.

Legalweek

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63 minutes
Using Analytics to Find the Signal in the Noise for Internal Investigations
This session will use case studies to illustrate how various analytics can identify patterns in data, uncover hidden relationships between people and events, translate coded language, and organize disparate information into logical groups and concepts—helping investigators find the signal in the noise.

Legalweek

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56 minutes
The AI Patent Boom & How It's Impacting the Scope of Eligibility
Join us for an exciting session on how AI is driving another patent boom. We’ll take a deep dive into the various interdisciplinary fields of AI, including computer vision, deep learning, robotic process automation, and neural networks. Learn what differentiates these categories in terms of utility and patent eligibility.

Legalweek

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56 minutes
Leveraging AI to Combat IP Theft
The cloning of online marketplaces and eCommerce sites that peddle in illegal merchandise and counterfeits is proliferating and nearly impossible to track on a manual basis. In this session, we turn the tables on these illicit operators. We will examine how computer vision, a subset of AI, is being smartly leveraged to track and remove illegal content and fakes like it’s a walk in the park.

Legalweek

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61 minutes
Leveraging Technology for Information Governance and Data Privacy
This session will explore new applications of legal technology tools for identifying sensitive data, such as personally identifiable information, banking information, and healthcare records, and redacting, anonymizing or otherwise remediating that information.

Legalweek

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67 minutes
Handling Legal Information Defensibly in the Global Economy
This session will delve into these international data protection laws, foreign blocking statutes, and choice-of-law issues and how they impact legal matters in the U.S.

Legalweek

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50 minutes
Fortifying the IP War Chest with Patent Automation Tools
In this session, we will explore the proliferation of automated workflow tools in patent drafting & prosecution. Case studies will detail how patent lawyers are successfully leveraging these tools, as well as some of the limitations and hype surrounding automation. We will also examine the downward economics of depleting patent law practices, and how automation can be utilized to revamp workflow & revenues.

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63 minutes
Change Management: How to Get Lawyers and Staff to Buy-In to Change
Leaders of law firms and law departments alike often lament their inability to get buy-in from partners and staff on anything from new technologies and processes to new business structures. Their jobs are as much psychologists as lawyers. We walk through two case studies, from a law firm and a law department, to highlight what successful change management looks like in action.

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