Law, Technology, and Asia: What Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know
April 17, 2014
I spoke to David Horrigan, an analyst and counsel at 451 Research, a New York-based global analyst research firm. David covers law and technology, has served as a staff reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and is a contributing writer at Law Technology News.
We discussed a panel he is moderating at a seminar that UBIC is hosting about Conducting Legal Business in Japan and the Rest of Asia called Law, Technology, and Asia: What Lawyers and Their Clients Need to Know. He described how attendees will benefit from the different perspectives, the challenges that litigants face conducting e-discovery in Asia, and the distinctions between e-discovery in Asia and the U.S.
Listen to our interview below: