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Browning Marean to deliver International keynote at the 2nd Annual New Zealand eDiscovery Conference

November 19th, 2013

Internationally renowned eDiscovery expert and senior counsel, Browning Marean from DLA Piper in the United States has been confirmed to deliver the International Keynote session at the 2nd Annual New Zealand eDiscovery Conference. The Conference is taking place at the Stamford Plaza in Auckland on Wednesday the 19th of March 2014.

Browning Marean is a senior counsel in DLA Piper’s San Diego office. He is a member of the Litigation group and is co-chair of the Electronic Discovery Readiness and Response Group. He is admitted to practice in California and Texas.

Browning Marean is an internationally known teacher and frequent lecturer on various topics including electronic discovery, international discovery, records retention, knowledge management and computer technology. He is co-author of the 2012-2013 edition of Electronic Discovery and Records Management Guide, Rules, Checklists and Forms, published by Thomson West, and Conducting Discovery in an Electronic World: Electronic Data and Discovery, published by California CEB’s Civil Discovery Practice.

Browning’s wealth of experience working in other jurisdictions will be of considerable value to share with the delegates at the conference.

The 2nd Annual New Zealand eDiscovery Conference is presented by E-Discovery Consulting and EY. The conference has now developed into New Zealand’s leading eDiscovery and legal technology conference, providing a platform for New Zealand legal professionals to develop their knowledge in this fast-changing area.

The event will build on the success of the inaugural New Zealand eDiscovery Conference earlier in 2013 which attracted over 100 participants and was hailed as a great success by attendees.


Registration information and further details about the conference can be found on the dedicated conference page.



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