Upcoming Event: The 2009 Annual Educational Conference and Business Show of the Insurance Accounting & Systems Association (IASA)

Upcoming Event: The 2009 Annual Educational Conference and Business Show of the Insurance Accounting & Systems Association (IASA)

When: June 7-10, 2009
Where: Marriott Orlando World Center (Orlando, FL)

Visit the IASA Conference’s official site.

From the Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A.press release, dated June 6, 2009:

Fernando M. Pinguelo, a Member of the law firm Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, P.A. and Co-Chair of its Response to Electronic Discovery and Information (REDI) Group, will be speaking at the 2009 Annual Educational Conference and Business Show of the Insurance Accounting & Systems Association (IASA), which will be held on June 7-10, 2009. He will speak on a panel titled, “The Rise of eDiscovery,” and explore the legal implications of eDiscovery on the insurance, accounting, and systems industries. The conference provides the most comprehensive educational program and business show targeted for financial and technology professionals in the insurance and financial services industry. Joining Pinguelo on the panel will be Darby J. O’Neill, Vice President, Information Technology, Princeton Insurance; Eric Offenberg, Business Development Manager, IBM Software Group; and Carlos Correa, Assistant Vice President, US Technology Manager, Liberty International Underwriters, Inc.

IASA is a non-profit, education association that strives to enhance the knowledge of insurance professionals and participants from similar organizations closely allied with the insurance industry by facilitating the exchange of ideas and information.  IASA is one of the insurance industry’s largest, and most well represented trade association. . . .

Notably, Pinguelo was involved in New Jersey’s first case addressing its new e-discovery rule amendments, and has lectured numerous times on the topic, including at the Judicial College which provides judges with a wide range of academic programs to keep abreast of developments in the law. He designed a state-of-the-art electronic discovery law course and teaches one of only a handful of such courses in the country at Seton Hall University School of Law. He also created e-Lessons Learned, an educational blog about e-discovery and technology.

Pinguelo regularly publishes articles and lectures on a variety of topics, including electronic discovery and information, entertainment law, employment, and contracts. Recently, the Fulbright Program, the U.S. government’s flagship international exchange program, designated Pinguelo a Fulbright Specialist for his work in eDiscovery, and he will engage in a collaborative project at a university in one of over 100 participating countries worldwide. He has appeared on television as a legal commentator on various high-profile trials, and has been quoted and cited in newspaper and magazine reports about cases he has handled.

E-Lessons Learned will be covering the event.


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