Event Date/Time: Nov 16, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 17, 2009
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How legal services are delivered and legal information is managed has radically changed in recent years. Advances in technology are
revolutionizing communications, legal research, litigation practice and office administration; facilitating, accelerating and reducing the cost of practicing law and conducting operations in the legal sector. Learning about these exciting developments is essential to stay ahead of the competition, yet protecting your organization and clients from risks associated with new technologies will continue to be a huge challenge for lawyers, technology support and information professionals in the coming years.

How will the new e-discovery practice rules in Ontario change litigation practice? Can you run a virtual law firm or legal department,
significantly eliminating overhead and reducing cost? Will the latest social networking tools replace conventional communication, and forever redefine workplace culture? What are the intangible costs, over and above increased costs to correct security lapses and privacy breaches?

You will get the answers to these and other critical questions and hear from leading experts at Insight’s legal technology
and information seminar, Law Tech Canada. The program is conveniently comprised of two separate and distinct streams, Latest Strategies for Information, Knowledge and Technology Management on November 16; on November 17, Leveraging Technology for e-Litigation and Compliance Management and you may opt for either stream. However, why not take advantage of our attractive pricing by getting the benefit of both streams and registering for the full conference.