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Crossing the Pacific: Conducting Legal Business in Japan and the Rest of Asia

UBIC North America, Inc.

Friday, April 25, 2014 from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

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Lead Moderator: Ari Kaplan, Esq., Industry Analyst with Ari Kaplan Advisors and Author of Reinventing Professional Services

12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Topic: A Pathway for U.S. Attorneys to Do Business with Japanese Corporations
Masahiro Morimoto, CEO & Founder, UBIC, Inc.  

East Asia is home to a growing number of global companies that do a great deal of business in the United States. As a result, East Asia is also one of the fastest growing markets for American litigation services.

For American lawyers and law firms looking to build business with Asian corporations, Masahiro Morimoto’s recent book, eDiscovery—Japan, is a “must read” to better understand Japanese clients and the challenges and opportunities in Asian-language eDiscovery.

12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
Panel Discussion  Information Governance as a Global Priority: Some Thoughts Based on Recent U.S eDiscovery Case Law & Practice
Jason R. Baron, Esq., Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, moderator

U.S. legal procedure and practice is increasingly important to understand in a world of big data and U.S. and Asian companies with a global reach. Recent U.S. case law involving sanctions of corporations has highlighted the need to properly manage electronically stored information, both during litigation to meet preservation obligations, as well as and more importantly from the beginning of the recordkeeping lifecycle.  What constitutes defensible data policies for U.S. and Asian corporations doing business across borders?  What new developments in U.S. eDiscovery practice involving the use of sophisticated analytical tools and techniques might have value when thinking about information governance from a global, corporate perspective?  

Panelists: 

- Denise E. Backhouse, Esq., Littler
- John L. Kapp, Shearman & Sterling
- Sandra Rampersaud, Esq., Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP

1:15 pm - 2:00 pm
Panel Discussion – Law, Technology, and Asia: What Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know
David Horrigan, Esq., Analyst and Counsel, 451 Research, moderator

This panel explores legal issues of U.S.-Asian eDiscovery, the kinds of technologies U.S. attorneys and Asian companies use to conduct legal discovery efficiently and best practices for coordinating with eDiscovery vendors in the use of emerging technologies in discovery services.

Panelists:

- Paul Starrett Esq., Chief Global Risk Officer, UBIC, North America, Inc.
- Patrick Burke Esq., Reed Smith
- Noritaka Kumamoto, Esq., Simpson Thacher Bartlett – Japan
- Guest speaker from a major Japanese electronics company

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Book Signing  Masahiro Morimoto, CEO & Founder, UBIC, Inc., author
eDiscoveryJapan: A Pathway for U.S. Attorneys to Do Business with Asian Corporations

Have questions about Crossing the Pacific: Conducting Legal Business in Japan and the Rest of Asia? Contact UBIC North America, Inc.

When & Where


Yale Club of New York
50 Vanderbilt Ave. (at 44th Street)
New York, NY 10017

Friday, April 25, 2014 from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)


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UBIC North America, Inc.

About UBIC
UBIC, Inc. (Nasdaq:UBIC) (TSE:2158) is a leading provider of global e-Discovery and digital forensic services. UBIC has extensive experience working with electronically stored information, and offers advanced specialization with Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) languages. Our expertise is utilized for clients involved in cross-border litigation, corporate investigations, intellectual property disputes, and much more. At the forefront of e-discovery innovation, UBIC's proprietary Lit i View® platform is moving the industry from "fact discovery" to "future discovery" by allowing clients to analyze e-mail messages and digital communications found in big data to reveal patterns in human thought and behavior.
 

For more information about UBIC, visit http://www.ubicna.com or email usinfo@ubicna.com.

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