B. Travis Brown, an attorney in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Orlando office, will participate as a panelist speaker during an eDiscovery and Information Governance Retreat on July 25, 2022.
The eDiscovery conference, hosted by the CKJ Group, will highlight hot topics in eDiscovery and information governance, as well as legal operations and law practice management. The conference will provide lawyers and corporate executives from large enterprises, mid-market, SMBs and law firms with a better understanding of current trends, best practices and emerging technologies.
Travis will join his fellow panelists during the “Taking Search to the Next Level” panel, where they will discuss the advances, techniques and efficiencies related to technology assisted review, or predictive coding, for large scale document review. They will also discuss the next generation of search algorithms and keyword techniques to use for cost efficient investigations.
To learn more about the panel discussion, click here.
About B. Travis Brown
B. Travis Brown is a Senior Associate in the Orlando office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. Travis’ practice is primarily focused on complex civil litigation matters, with an emphasis on disputes and investigations related to consumer protection, policy and government regulatory concerns. Travis combines his advocacy and regulatory experience to best represent his clients throughout a broad range of business and industry sectors, including technology, hospitality, telecommunications, financial services and automotive. Travis is substantially experienced in the areas of: Government investigations and regulation; Advertising and marketing compliance; Data privacy and security, and; Other unfair trade practice issues. Ever mindful of federal and state laws governing emerging technology and administrative procedure, Travis has also handled matters related to internet and social media advertising, search advertising, Section 230, HIPAA, state data breach laws, CCPA, GDPR and various regulations in the insurance, legal, tax relief and banking industries.