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LawTech Europe Congress has announced today the launch of the website for the 2013 edition and confirms that registration is now open!

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Prague, 9th May, 2013 (Press Release): E-Discovery Europe s.r.o. (“E-Discovery”), organizer of the first ever LawTech Europe Congress that took place on 12th November, 2012, has announced today the launch of the website for the 2013 edition and confirms that registration is now open.

The LawTech Europe Congress 2013 (“LTEC 2013”) will offer delegates the opportunity to obtain advice, brainstorm, and network with industry experts, legal professionals, law enforcement and IT professionals on a global level. Specifically, it will again be a forum that will give everyone attending the opportunity to discuss the issues of conflict, misunderstanding and under-development around the world, and particularly in Central & Eastern Europe.

Talking about this year’s Congress, Frederick Gyebi-Ababio, Managing Director of LTEC said:
“We are pleased to be able to open event registration much earlier this year, and hope that this
will pave the way for more interested delegates to take advantage of our early bird rates and, of
course, the benefits of attending LTEC 2013.”

Last year’s LawTech Europe Congress attracted more than 650 delegates from all around the world, and 66% of the attendees were from the Czech Republic. The topics of the congress covered a wide range of areas, such as the influence of electronically saved information on the level of bribery and corruption, on-line dispute resolution (“ODR”), the hottest news in the fields of eDiscovery business process, electronic evidence and corporate governance, legal issues, new methods of forensic investigations, and digital evidence management.

This year’s conference will run over two days, 21st and 22nd October, and will consist of four main tracks: Electronic Evidence, Forensic Investigations, Legal Technology, and the all-new Lab/Demo Sessions. Delegates will have the choice of two to three sessions at any one time. In addition, delegates will have plenty of access to a host of top-tier legal technology vendors in the Exhibit Halls and through the pre-arranged Vendor-Delegate Corporate Exchange.

As was the case in 2012, the organizers are planning to invite some of the world’s leading experts in the field of electronic evidence and forensic investigations to speak at LTEC 2013, and many of the Czech Republic’s own specialists have already shown an interest. Keep an eye on the website for more information on speakers, sponsors and special offers, at

For more information contact:
E-Discovery Europe s.r.o
Frederick Gyebi-Ababio
Tel: +420 734 595 268
Email: fred @

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