ILTA '09 Program Guide

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general info speakers session info exhibitors & consultants Monday, August 24 _______________________________________________________ Breakfast Monday, August 24: 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. Prince George's Exhibit Hall E You are invited to the ILTA Bistro, Monday through Thursday from 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. in the Prince George's Exhibit Hall E - conference center ground level - where you will enjoy hot and cold breakfast buffets. The breakfast tables will be arranged in sections identified as ILTA's regions so that attendees have the opportunity to visit with their neighbors. At breakfast, you can review The ILTA Globe, our daily newsletter, where we'll keep you posted on schedule changes and items of interest. Sponsored by Intelliteach. _______________________________________________________ Innovating More with Less Monday, August 24: 9:00 - 10:15 a.m. Potomac Ballroom Welcomes, introductions and keynote address. Speaker(s): Tom Koulopoulos, Founder of Delphi Group _______________________________________________________ Morning Break Monday, August 24: 10:15 - 10:30 a.m. Maryland Ballroom Foyer Sponsored by Anacomp, Inc. _______________________________________________________ BUS1 — Business Strategy Track Strategies for Managing the Client File Moderated Panel Monday, August 24: 10:30 a.m. - Noon National Harbor 10&11 As firms look to deliver solutions for a reasonable cost and develop lawyers as counselors (not just content-providers), advocates (not just process-doers) and professional partners, they bear an increasing obligation to manage a larger volume of information related to the client file. As part of this process, it is critical to understand sources of information, as well as provide the ability to categorize that information in a way that is easily distinguishable for reference and production on request. What technologies exist that can facilitate this process, and what strategies can be employed to ensure that the client file is "complete?" Learning Objectives: Identify current market challenges to managing client information; learn a framework for assessing the firm's readiness to meet the coming challenges; identify practical approaches for engaging firm legal management in a dialog for addressing the challenges; obtain examples of practical strategies and technologies available to address file management challenges. Targeted Audience: CIOs/IT Management/Technology Partners, Executive Directors/Administrators, KM Professionals, Records Management Professionals, Risk Management Professionals Speaker(s): Hope Comisky, Partner at Pepper Hamilton LLP Rob Kerr of eSentio Technologies Thomas Gaines, Jr., Technology Partner / CIO at King & Spalding LLP Marty Metz, Director of Information Technology, O'Melveny & Meyers LLP _______________________________________________________ ENT1 — Enterprise 2.0 Track Enterprise 2.0: What It Is and Why You Should Care Panel Theme: Strategic Monday, August 24: 10:30 a.m. - Noon Maryland A Enterprise 2.0 is more than just a Web phenomenon. From exposing expertise, sharing experience and collaboration, to using externally-hosted applications over the Web, Enterprise 2.0 is challenging conventional wisdom and changing the way we approach IT. We cover many of the buzz words and provide examples of the latest technologies related to Enterprise 2.0. Listen to experts debate wikis, folksonomies, blogs, social networking tools, RSS, cloud computing and more. Also learn how Enterprise 2.0 is changing the IT landscape. If you play a role in setting the IT vision for your organization, you can't afford to miss this session! Learning Objectives: Learn where the term Enterprise 2.0 came from and the basic objectives of this set of technologies; understand the differences between a wiki, blog, microblog, social network, tag and mashup are and how each has a role in enhancing collaboration, communication, and employee engagement inside the firewall. Targeted Audience: CIOs/IT Management/Technology Partners, Developers/Programmers, Executive Directors/Administrators, Human Resources Professionals, KM Professionals, Library/ Research Professionals, Lit Support/eDiscovery Professionals, Marketing Professionals, Practice Mgmt Professionals, Project Management Professionals, Risk Management Professionals Speaker(s): David Hobbie, Litigation Knowledge Manager at Goodwin Procter LLP Kevin O'Keefe, Founder and Owner of LexBlog _______________________________________________________ FIN1 — Finance Track Benchmarking in a Changing Economy Moderated Panel Theme: Economic Challenges Monday, August 24: 10:30 a.m. - Noon Woodrow Wilson C With the challenging economy, what was already a competitive market has now become even more competitive and strategic. We look at how the benchmarking concept has changed due to the economy and what we can expect in the future. Additionally, how the firm's financials and financial benchmarking are constantly communicated to the partnerships is changing as well, and we examine some best practices of technological transparency. MINI MBA SESSION. If this topic interests you, a related session can be found in ADE5 on Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. Learning Objectives: Learn to create and analyze the information gathered by firms to better understand how firms make money; understand how to use metrics created to augment strategies to either enhance or maintain said strategies. Targeted Audience: CFOs/Accounting Professionals, CIOs/IT Management/Technology Partners, Developers/ Programmers, Executive Directors/Administrators, Marketing Professionals, Practice Mgmt Professionals, Project Management Professionals Speaker(s): David Saevitzon, Principal Consultant at T4G Limited Jeff Suhr, Business Intelligence Specialist at Data Fusion Technologies, Inc. Patrick Fuller of Elite, a Thomson Reuters Business Timothy Corcoran, Senior Consultant at Altman Weil, Inc. _______________________________________________________ ILTAU01 — ILTA University Track Using SharePoint 2007 to Deliver Communications and Content Across the Firm Part 1 Theme: SharePoint Monday, August 24: 10:30 a.m. - Noon Maryland B With all of the tools available, how can we leverage SharePoint 2007 lists and libraries to deliver news, events, policies and other information to the right people at the right time. Our focus group allows CIOs, knowledge and project managers and developers information on how to build a content-tagging framework and understand the features of SharePoint, as well as construct a content management site for publishing documents, media, information or other firm content. Learning Objectives: Have the opportunity to create and administer a SharePoint 2007 Shared Document Library; create the Shared Document Library; set administration properties; customize the web parts; import documents and manage the content of the library. Targeted Audience: CFOs/Accounting Professionals, CIOs/IT Management/Technology Partners, Developers/ Programmers, Human Resources Professionals, IT Operations, Library/Research Professionals, Practice Mgmt Professionals, Project Management Professionals Speaker(s): Robert Beach, Vice-President of Client Services at XMLAW _______________________________________________________

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