ORLANDO, Fla.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--IT-Lex, a 501(c)(3) not-for profit organization committed to bridging the gap between technology and the law, officially announces its Innovate Conference which will take place in Winter Park, Florida at the Alfond Inn resort on October 17th and 18th.
Innovate will offer eleven panels, addressing many aspects of technology law, including electronic discovery, information security, privacy, and social media. CLE credit will available to participating attorneys for certain jurisdictions.
Innovate Conference Highlights include:
First-ever presentation by predictive coding dream team Jason Baron,
Maura Grossman, and Ralph Losey on the future of predictive coding.
- The Honorable John M. Facciola, Nan R. Nolan, Ronald J. Hedges, Kenneth Withers of the Sedona Conference® and a number of other electronic discovery A-listers will speak at Innovate on a number of timely technology law topics.
- Peter Miller, the Chief Privacy Officer of the Federal Trade Commission, as well as a Special Agent from the FBI's Cyber Intrusion Squad, will be addressing hot legal issues in the information security and privacy field.
Adam C. Losey, the founder and President of IT-Lex, says: "We are thrilled to offer a unique and worthwhile conference for novice and seasoned practitioners alike. Attendees will gladly turn off their smart phones to listen to the smart people. We invite professionals to come ready to learn about technology law and to be entertained- and for those seasoned technology law veterans who speak binary code already, 01110111011011101110110100."
The Innovate Conference will be useful to attorneys, CPOs, CIOs, and anyone with an interest in the topics listed in detail in the full Innovate agenda. That, plus an online registration form, can be found at www.it-lex.org/innovate, while any queries can be directed to email@example.com.
The Innovate Conference will be an active learning experience. Participants are encouraged to email specific questions or comments on our various topics to firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants can email IT-Lex before or during the conference and presentations, and active participation is a key part of the conference experience.
IT-Lex is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to educational, literary, and scientific advancement in the field of technology law. They provide all kinds of educational and entertaining content, and help link up technology law scholars, educators, seasoned practitioners, young lawyers, law students, paralegals, technologists, and anyone else with an interest in this constantly-evolving area of law. In addition to hosting the annual Innovate conference, they put up two-a-day blog posts on current tech law cases and issues; write and produce informative video clips; sponsor an annual writing contest for qualified law students; and produce a legal journal. For all of the above, please visit www.it-lex.org, facebook.com/IT-Lex, twitter.com/ITLexOrg.