We’re Going to Be Part of LTNY In Old New York

Over the course of a quarter century, LegalTech has established itself as the nation’s premier legal technology event, providing law rms and technology providers the tools they need to collaborate on ways to improve law practice management, along with the information and resources they need to stay on top of this ever evolving industry.Their annual conference, LTNY , is undoubtedly the largest and most important legal technology event for leading rms in the eDiscovery eld.

Held at the Hilton New York Feb. 24, this year’s LTNY will spotlight the latest advances in legal technology products from more than 100 exhibitors. This is a chance for the members of the legal industry to come together to gain valuable insights, make connections and learn from their peers. With keynote discussions such as “How is Technology Being Used in Today’s Court Rooms and Cases,” “Cybersecurity and Data Espionage: Spy Stories for Lawyers” and “Private Network Servers, Deleted Emails and Text and Other Controversies in the News,” LTNY will tackle the substantive issues facing the eDiscovery eld. And on Feb. 3, you’ll get the chance to let your hair down for a good cause, at the Rock The Law benefit concert showcasing the veterans support group Til Duty is Done , with “America’s Most Patriotic Band,” Madison Rising.

As an industry leader in the fiercely competitive world of eDiscovery, LightSpeed will be at LTNY. We are looking forward to checking out the latest advances in hardware, software, tools and services for eDiscovery. In addition to spending some quality time enjoying the 24/7 breakfast at the deli next to the hotel, CTO Brian Burner said he is anticipating the chance to get an indepth look at the current state of eDiscovery and the most recent software and processes, as well getting as preview of what’s ahead. “I wouldn’t miss it,” he said. “For me, this is an exciting opportunity to stay ahead of the curve in eDiscovery, to spot trends before they become commonplace and anticipate what’s ahead.”

For LightSpeed, this event is a golden opportunity to network with other thought leaders in the field,” said Tony Lehr, CEO of LightSpeed. “With the innovations we’ve seen over the past year and the recent changes to the FRCP, this is truly an exciting time for electronic discovery and why it’s important we attend LTNY. We’re especially looking forward to discussions like ‘Women in eDiscovery,’ a super session sponsored by our partner, Relativity, and a discussion of ‘Legal Empowerment through Information Technology.’ Armed with the knowledge gleaned from these powerhouse presentations, we’ll be able to deliver an even more impressive level of service to our clients.”

LightSpeed Legal will be offering insight from LTNY next week. Follow us on Twitter @lightspeedlegal and we hope to see you in New York!