This website, “ediscovery.ie”, is operated by Cernam, an Irish-registered private limited company having the registration number 446656 and a registered address of Deloitte & Touche House, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2.
The content of the website is provided for information purposes only, is subject to change and will be updated from time to time without notice to you. Websites may be tampered with by unauthorised persons and accordingly, you should view the information provided as indicative only and subject to confirmation by our staff. Please contact us to obtain up-to-date information.
The content of the website does not constitute, and should not be construed as, the terms of a contractual offer.
We retain all right, title and interest in the information, communications, software, scripting, photographs, text, video, graphics, music, sounds, images, trademarks, trade names, logos and other materials and services found on the website, including its look and feel (collectively, the “Content”). You should note that the Content is by protected copyright, trademark, database right, sui generis rights and other intellectual property laws (as the case may be), under national laws and international treaties.
Email and other methods of transmitting information over the Internet are subject to interference or scrutiny by third parties and should be independently verified. We cannot ensure security and privacy of such communications and all risk in transmitting such communications lies with you.
Use of the website is entirely at your own risk and you assume full responsibility and risk of loss resulting from the use of, viewing, access to, relying on or downloading of the website and / or any Content. You agree that we are not liable for loss or damages arising out of your use, or your inability to use, this website.
This website is provided as is and we make no undertaking, representation or warranty:
(i) in connection with the completeness or accuracy, reliability or timeliness of any the Content, and therefore, the Content should not in any circumstances be relied upon; and / or
(ii) that this website or its server is free from defects, errors, viruses, bugs or other harmful elements.
The website may contain links to third party websites, but this does not mean that we endorse or authorise those websites. Your use of third party websites is subject to the terms and conditions of use contained within each of those websites. We may terminate a link to a third party website at any time. The fact that we provide a link to a third party website does not mean that we endorse, authorise or sponsor that website, nor does it mean that we are affiliated with the third party website’s owners or sponsors.
You may not use the website in any manner which could damage, disable, overburden or impair the website or any other party’s computer systems or hack or gain unauthorised access to this website and its data. You may not use any automated system or software to extract data from this website for display on any other website or to use it otherwise unless you obtained that information independent of our website.
You must not use the website to transmit to or from the website any potentially unlawful, threatening, libellous, defamatory, tortious, obscene, offensive, hateful, scandalous, inflammatory, pornographic or profane material, or any other material that could give rise to any civil or criminal liability under law, including, without limitation, any material that you are not entitled to post or transmit, or where such posting or transmission is otherwise in breach of any third party intellectual property rights.
We may at any time, without notice or reason, suspend or terminate your access to the website or any service forming part of the website. We are not liable to you or any third party for any suspension or termination of access to the website.
By accessing the “ediscovery.ie” website or engaging in electronic correspondence regarding the E-Discovery Ireland conference you are accepting the terms of this policy and consenting to the collecting and processing of your information.
In operating the “ediscovery.ie” and providing other electronic services relating to the E-Discovery Ireland conference we collect certain information from the users of these services. This includes information capable of identifying service users, for example names, email addresses, telephone numbers and other identifying information. Other information collected may identify or provide non-identifying information regarding organisations, computer systems or computer networks.
Information identifying individuals is collected and processed for the following purposes:
Information which does not identify individuals is collected and processed for the following purposes:
Cernam specifically does not solicit, request or permit the transmission of credit card information through the “ediscovery.ie” website or via email. Service users may not transmit payment information to Cernam via these channels and agree to use Cernam’s designated secure payment providers.
The “ediscovery.ie” website makes use of multiple temporary cookies, or “session cookies”, which are used solely within the context of a specific session or website visit. The website does not directly set persistent cookies, however certain third-party services incorporated into the website may make use of persistent cookies. Examples include third-party analytics services, specifically Google Analytics, and integrations with social networking sites or other third-party websites.
Users of the “ediscovery.ie” website are not required to enable the automatic integration of content from these third-party services. If the web browser, or other software, used by a service user does not prevent such integration it is possible that persistent cookies will be set. In order to opt out of the integration of third-party services and persistent cookies, service users should make use of browser privacy settings or additional software such as browser plugins.
We may provide information which does not identify individuals to third parties, where such information is combined with similar information of other users of our website. For example, we might inform third parties regarding the number of service users, the demographic breakdown of service users or the types of activity in which service users engage. The third parties to whom we may provide this information may include potential or actual partners, providers of advertising services (including website tracking services), sponsors, licensees and other associated companies.
We will not disclose information identifying individuals expect where service users have consented to this disclosure or where the disclosure is required in order to fulfil an order, query or other request. We will disclose your information identifying individuals if we believe in good faith that we are required to disclose it in order to comply with any applicable law, a summons, a search warrant, a court or regulatory order, or other statutory requirement.
Information related to the website “ediscovery.ie” and other electronic services relating to the E-Discovery Ireland conference are stored on computer systems operated by Cernam and on third-party services managed by third-parties. No data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure. However, we will take all reasonable steps (including appropriate technical and organisational measures) to protect information gathered by Cernam, in line with the non-sensitive nature of the information involved.
You may inform us of any changes in your personal information, and in accordance with our obligations under the Data Protection Acts 1988 and 2002 we will update or delete your information. To request details of personal information held under this policy or to have your information amended or removed from our systems please email. Any such requests may be subject to the fees and other charges permitted at the time.