UBIC is perhaps best known as a provider of software and services specifically aimed at electronic discovery and with a particular specialist skill in managing Asian languages. It is more broadly based than that, however, and extends into information governance and the management of risk and cost, and into wider areas of search and analysis.
UBIC is running a series of what it calls Signature Seminars, at which speakers from relevant disciplines address issues which affect companies and their lawyers. I took part in one of these, in Washington on 6 December.
UBIC invited me to moderate a panel called Information Governance and Data Privacy Challenges under US Regulatory Investigations. If I had had any doubts about accepting this invitation (it is a long way to go for a 60 minute panel), they were dispelled by the company I would be keeping. The opening speaker was to be
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