E-discovery is now an international affair: Not only can data be present in a number of different countries, and legal holds and production encompass a number of international offices, but even foreign courts are beginning to embrace technology assisted review (TAR) in their rulings.

The judicial panel at Relativity Fest 2017 reflected this international flavor: Justice Peter Vickery, Supreme Court justice at the Supreme Court of Victoria, who issued the 2016 McConnell Dowell Constructors v. Santam technology-assisted review (TAR) decision in Australia, joined a panel of U.S. judges to discuss the latest trends in e-discovery. U.S. District Judges Nora Barry Fischer of the Western District of Pennsylvania, Andrew Peck of the Southern District of New York and Xavier Rodriguez of the Western District of Texas were also featured on the panel, moderated by Relativity legal content director David Horrigan.

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