NEW YORK, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Inference Data CEO and eDiscovery technology expert Nicholas Croce will present the LegalTech Emerging Technologies Session "Beyond Email: Legal and Practical Implications of 21st Century eDiscovery," on Tuesday, February 2, 1:30pm in the Sutton Parlor Center of the New York Hilton. The session will focus on how social media such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn now pose increasingly complicated and far-reaching eDiscovery challenges in addition to those caused by digital voicemail, IM and web-based applications. As all of these qualify as electronically stored information under Rule 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Croce will discuss how to address the collection, processing, review, analysis and production of ever-increasing ESI data stores and types. The educational presentation is sponsored by Inference Data and presented as part of the LegalTech New York conference taking place February 1-3 in the Hilton New York hotel.
About Nicholas Croce
Nicholas Croce, President & CEO, Inference Data, led the creation of the Inference electronic discovery analytics and review solution. With an extensive background in litigation consulting and legal technology development, Mr. Croce has been responsible for courtroom presentation technologies used by the nation's largest law firms and Fortune 1000 corporations and was also directly involved in helping set industry standards for courtroom technology within the Administrative Office of the US Courts.
About Inference Data
Inference Data provides corporations and law firms with next-generation software for analytics-driven assessment, meet-and-confer preparation, and accelerated legal review. The Inference product applies conceptual search and analytics to prioritize datasets and find key documents for faster and more cost-effective review. Inference, a web-based solution, is distinguished by its highly scalable architecture and a user-intuitive, configurable workflow. Inference Data is privately held and headquartered in New York, NY. For more information, visit www.inferencedata.com.
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