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New Zealand eDiscovery Conference – see who is coming

February 11th, 2013

Registrations are still coming in just a couple of days out from New Zealand’s inaugural eDiscovery Conference. The event is being held in Auckland at the Stamford Plaza this coming Wednesday (13th of February).

At last count we had over 90 attendees for the event. Firms attending include – Anderson Creagh Lai, Anderson Lloyd, Anthony Harper, Bell Gully, Cavell Leitch Law, Chapman Tripp, Commerce Commission, Cooney Lees Morgan, Corban Revell, Crown Law, Deloitte, Duncan Cotterill, Freightways, Fuji Xerox, GCA Lawyers, Glaister Ennor, Harmans, Holland Beckett, Inland Revenue, Jackson Russell, Jones Fee, Kensington Swan, KPMG, Law in Order, Lowdnes Associates, Markit Law, McCaw Lewis, McElroys, Meredith Connell, Mortlock McCormock Law, Norris Ward McKinnon, Online Security Services, Pingar, Price Baker Berridge, Russell McVeagh, Sharp Tudhope, Simpson Grierson, Turner Hopkins and Wayne W Peters & Associates.

It is pleasing to see that the majority of firms that are involved in litigation or investigations are going to be represented on Wednesday. It is also heartening to see the number of attendees from out of town, with a number of the government agencies from Wellington and leading firms from Christchurch sending representatives.

We also have a number of leading Australian providers attending the conference, either as sponsors/exhibitors or just sending along representatives to see the opportunities in the New Zealand market. The more options that those conducting e-discovery in New Zealand have the better !!

Just to recap, the conference is specifically designed to look at the basics of electronic discovery, as well as providing a practical insight into what is required by the new discovery rules.


It is not too late to register as we still have a few places available. For more registration information and further details about the conference can be found on the dedicated conference page.



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