River Thames, London


29 JUNE 2022

Legal. Litigation. E-discovery. Disputes. Arbitration. Document Management. Cyber Security. AI. Technology.
This event will gather 150-200 In-house Counsel, Heads of Litigation & E-discovery, Litigation Managers, E-discovery Managers, Lead Counsel- Arbitration, Heads of Dispute Resolution, Law Firm Partners and Law Tech Professionals.


THE Queen Elizabeth II Centre,

Broad Sanctuary Westminster, London, SW1P 3EE


In Association With



We are all set to host our next flagship event- The Global Litigation & E-discovery ConfEx in London, UK which is to be held on 29 June 2022. This event will gather 150-200 In-house Counsel, Heads of Litigation & E-discovery, Litigation Managers, E-discovery Managers, Lead Counsel- Arbitration, Heads of Dispute Resolution, Law Firm Partners and Law Tech Professionals. Each lawyer participant attends the event because he/she has some operational challenges to resolve such as Litigation. Risk. Security. GDPR. CCPA. Compliance. Data Privacy. Artificial Intelligence. Legal Technology. Automation. Machine Learning. Litigation. E-discovery. Contracts etc (this list of challenges is only indicative, not exhaustive). In order to find the solutions, they not only need the learning & education but also the meetings with the right service providers. Our event helps them with both.

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  • 150 - 200 In-house Counsel and Law Firm Partners

  • 15+ Exhibitors

  • 30+ Speakers

  • 10+ Bar Associations & Media Partners 

  • Keynote Addresses

  • Exclusive Case Study Presentations

  • Round Table Discussions

  • Business Dialogues

  • Qualified Business Lead

  • C Level Invitations Only

  • Unique Networking Opportunities

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(08:30 AM – 04:00 PM London Time)

* Program is subject to change without notice

08:30 AM – Onwards

Conference Registration

  • Networking Tea with Speakers & Delegates

  • Informal Networking with Exhibitors

 08:45 AM – 09:00 AM

Introduction & Peer Networking

  • Event Introduction: Get to know the daylong exciting networking & learning opportunities

  • One-on-One Introduction: Let the industry know you and your expertise

09:00 AM – 09:30 AM

Morning Keynote Address 

The Future of Litigation: Innovation and Affordability

  • What resources are needed to resolve disputes effectively?

  • Who should do the work – barristers, solicitors, external experts, or algorithms?

  • What contributes to the escalation of cost?

  • The disclosure pilot and the impact of innovative technology

  • Litigation funding and alternative fee arrangements

  • Leaning into an online future


09:30 AM – 10:10 AM

Industry Leadership Session

E-discovery & Modern Digital Evidence:  Remote Collection & Review


Modern E-discovery is no longer simply about collecting and reviewing emails. The proliferation of text messages, social chat, and other online communication apps has increased the pool of potential digital evidence in discovery.

  • An overview of recent case law involving electronic communication

  • Best practices for remote collection of all types of digital evidence

  • How to effectively plan your modern document review in a remote world

  • e-Discovery automation is upon UK

  • How has the e-Discovery industry evolved over the last decade?

  • Reducing e-Discovery costs without sacrificing defensibility

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10:10 AM – 10:30 AM

Exclusive Case Study Presentation

AI adoption in the eDiscovery process; more than just a keyword search

Using AI tools for eDiscovery does not have to be complicated. While many large organizations have long-since already incorporated AI into their processes, small and mid-size ones alike can now leverage these tools to better find, review and disclose data across platforms without overhauling processes or losing trust. Join our session for an in-depth look at how to use AI in eDiscovery to analyze your data and gain faster insights into your information.

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10:30 AM – 11:10 AM

Informal Networking & Tea Break

  • Networking Tea with Speakers & Delegates

  • Informal Networking with Exhibitors

11:10 AM – 12:00 PM

Industry Leadership Session

Managing Fraud, Corruption, and White-Collar Crime Disputes in the UK/Europe Region

  • Fraud radar: what are the latest fraud trends?

  • View of general attitudes toward fraud in UK/Europe region

  • Mitigating fraud risk with a fraud risk assessment

  • Commonly seen fraud issues in M&A and investment situations

  • How effective due diligence can help mitigate risks or even uncover deal breakers?

  • Enhancing the anti-fraud policies and procedures

  • How to ensure a harmonious litigation strategy?

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12:00 PM – 12:30 PM

Exclusive Case Study Presentation

AI-Powered eDiscovery: Increasing Efficiency, Maintaining Compliance and Surfacing Opportunity


In this session, find out how Luminance Discovery uses next-generation AI, providing legal professionals with an end-to-end eDiscovery platform. Able to enhance and expedite a vast range of processes, from eDiscovery and Early Case Assessment (ECA) to requests for personal information such as Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), Luminance can be used by private practice firms and in-house teams alike across a range of investigations, arbitrations and litigation matters. The technology can be deployed and used within hours, requiring no pre-programming or lengthy user onboarding. Trusted by over 400 customers, including a quarter of the world’s top 100 law firms and global organisations such as Tesco, Ferrero and all of the ‘Big Four’, Luminance ensures the quickest, most thorough review, ensuring no stone is left unturned.

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12:30 PM – 01:30 PM

Informal Networking & Lunch Break

  • Networking Lunch with Speakers & Delegates

  • Informal Networking with Exhibitors

01:30 PM – 02:30 PM

Industry Leadership Session

Arbitration vs Mediation, the Various Alternative Dispute Resolutions in UK/Europe

  • Can mediation be effectively used in connection with arbitration? If so, at what stage?

  • How effective is mediation generally? In what circumstances or jurisdictions is it most effective?

  • Should companies include mediation clauses in their standard commercial contracts?

  • Is there a particular format best used for incorporating mediation into a dispute resolution clause?

  • Mediation: What In-House Counsels expect?

  • Advantages/disadvantages of arbitration over the courts

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02:30 PM – 03:30 PM

Leadership Round Table Discussion & Idea Exchange


This session is an opportunity for you to share feedback with peers regarding challenges you face that were not addressed in other conference sessions. Participate in discussions around hot topics and burning issues with your colleagues that are unique to the IP environment. Peers gladly share ideas, strategies and best practices to assist you in addressing difficulties. You may be surprised that you have an idea to share that will be of great value to another attendee. Take back to your office insightful tips to reduce risk or increase efficiency in a process or procedure within your firm that you didn't think needed improvement.


During the Idea Exchange, we plan to discuss the topics below. Please feel free to bring additional topics if you don't see a topic that you would like to discuss.

Discussion Topic & Details-

Litigation & E-Discovery: Human-Centric Approach to the Legal Tech Revolution

  • Rapid changes in litigation in the ever-growing markets

  • Leaning into an online future

  • How did COVID-19 accelerate the adoption of discovery tools?

  • Artificial Intelligence in E-discovery

  • Virtual hearings and trials are here to stay

  • Predicting the outcomes of cases and improving access to justice

  • Changing roles of E-discovery professionals in today’s time

  • Remote work communication and data management challenges

  • Antitrust & competition litigation in the aftermath of Covid-19

  • How digital forensics is defined in litigation and investigation?

In-Person Speakers

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03:30 PM – 04:00 PM

Thank You Note & Closing Remarks

Thank you note in the presence of all speakers, sponsors & global delegates who made this event happen with their undaunting support and participation.

  • Networking Tea with Speakers & Delegates

  • Informal Networking with Exhibitors

*There can be a slight change in the time provided in the agenda above

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