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Booth #2106

January 31 - February 3, 2022

We’re excited to be back in person with you at LEGALWEEK!

Epiq is pulling out all the stops this year, and you won’t want to miss out. Here’s where to find Epiq at Legalweek 2022.

The Epiq Booth

Booth #2106

Visit our team at booth #2106, located on the first floor of the exhibit hall, to learn helpful tips, connect with Epiq, and stay ahead of critical industry trends. You’ll also have a chance to complete a quick 10-minute Epiq Discovery Challenge and be entered to win a prize.

Epiq Programming Sessions

Education! Education! Education! You name it; we’ve got it.
Join in one of our meeting rooms or catch us on the Legalweek official agenda.
Dates and times to be announced soon!


Embrace Microsoft 365 and bridge the gap to traditional eDiscovery workflows and solutions. – Audience Corporate

    East Suite, 4th Floor

Date, time and location TBD


Case Insights – Using Experts, tech-assisted review. In the context of real-life use cases. Audience All clients (Law + Corp)​

Date, time and location TBD


Ari Kaplan presentation – audience Corporate Counsel, MB outside counsel

Date, time and location TBD

Analyst Ari Kaplan will share the results of his conversations with 30 in-house eDiscovery professionals about their eDiscovery and Information Governance operations to provide clear benchmarks for the future.

CLE: Strategies for Handling Data in US Antitrust Merger Reviews

    Concourse F

Date, time and location TBD

US Government regulators have specific and detailed requirements around the production of data, the use of technology and analytics tools, and the treatment of privileged information. This one-hour course will cover the essential elements related to the treatment of data in US Second Requests.

CLE: Cost Recovery and Cost Allocation: The Art and Ethics of Making eDiscovery Cost Neutral and Cost Positive

    Concourse F

Date, time and location TBD

The course will focus on explaining what cost recovery and cost allocation are in the context of eDiscovery managed services, its ethical considerations, and how Epiq partners with clients to develop and implement custom processes key to facilitating the same. Attendees will come away with a clear idea of what eDiscovery managed services is and how they can implement a cost recovery or allocation program to assist with recuperating their eDiscovery expenses and what ethical considerations should be made.


CLE: Show Me the Data: 7 Keys to a Successful Metrics Program

    Concourse F

Date, time and location TBD

Many law departments struggle with starting a metrics program. This session will address:

How to overcome the most common challenges of building a legal metrics program that translates data into outcomes

Cover the 7 keys for designing a legal metrics program that specifically meets your legal departments challenges

Creating sample dashboards that can be quickly implemented to demonstrate value


CLE: Practicing Contracting with AI: Ethical Considerations for the AI-Enabled Practice Legal Tools

    Concourse F

Date, time and location TBD

This program is intended to deliver a primer on modern Contract Lifecycle Management Technology and how Contract Analytics improves decision making through increased insight and smarter planning. Additionally, this program will dive into the ethics of artificial intelligence in the Legal profession, including the ethical considerations for practicing with AI.

CLE: Review By Any Other Name: Cyber Review vs. eDiscovery Document Review

    Concourse F

Date, time and location TBD

The panel will discuss the peculiarities of Cyber Incident Response Review, from document processing to creating a notification list. They will explore the differences between a post-breach notification list creation review and an eDiscovery data production review, including review population identification, review processes and procedures, and designing your review with an eye toward the final output.


Teams, Zoom Gchat, and Texts - Real World eDiscovery Challenges Posed by Communication Tools

    1:30-2:30 PM ET
    Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Widespread adoption of tools such as Gchat, Zoom, and Microsoft Teams has changed the way companies not only communicate but also collaborate internally and externally. As a result, these new forms of communication provide new ESI challenges for the eDiscovery community, especially as each of these tools differ from one another and pose their own unique challenge. This session will:
Examine the issues of responsiveness and interpretability presented by non-traditional workplace communication apps, such as Slack, WhatsApp, etc.

Discuss the meaning and context of fragmented communications overlayed by obscure GIFs and emojis

Share key insights and best practices to ensure your firm can successfully produce collaborative data in eDiscovery


  • Jon Kessler, Senior Director, Information Governance, Epiq
  • Jeremiah Weasenforth, Managing Project Attorney, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
  • Andrea L. Dambra, Head of eDiscovery & Information Governance, Norton Rose Fullbright US 

Managed Services 15th Anniversary Celebration

Date, time and location TBD

Gain Quick Wins with In-Booth Facilitated Discussions

Epiq will be hosting live in-booth facilitated discussions.
These 15-minute sessions are a great way to gain quick insights from an Epiq expert.

Topics and times will be announced soon!

Prizes and Giveaways

Great prizes and a few fantastic giveaways are in store. So great we don’t even know about them yet. Stay tuned for an announcement.

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