Mark your calendars. The 6th Annual University of Florida E-Discovery Conference will be held on Thursday, March 29th. While the conference is held in the Sunshine State, attorneys can gain all the latest and greatest e-discovery news and knowledge via live stream for just $99.
This Year’s Focus
The conference is put together by Bill Hamilton and George Socha. The focus this year is on effectively managing the everyday case, with an emphasis on mobile devices and the cloud and how to handle them. In particular, the day-long session will cover the following topics:
- E-Discovery security and data protection
- Getting critical information from the cloud, IoT, social media and smartphones
- Checking your case story against your case data
- Dealing with TAR, keywords, and AI
- Tales from the e-discovery trenches
- Human eyes on data review
- Getting and escaping sanctions
- 2018 Judicial Conference Panel
Over 400 people attended last year’s event online and the feedback was extremely positive.
This year’s conference is chopped full of brilliant minds in the e-discovery world. A few faculty members include:
- Ralph Artigliere - Judge Artigliere retired as a Circuit Judge from Florida’s Tenth Judicial Circuit in Bartow to teach and write. Before his appointment to the bench in 2001 by Governor Bush, Judge Artigliere was in private practice where he tried primarily professional negligence, medical malpractice, and product liability cases.
- Martin Audet - Martin Audet is an Attorney and forensic technologist with over 21 years’ experience in electronic data management within government/law enforcement and commercial organizations, focused on investigations, eDiscovery and compliance.
- Julie Brown - Julie currently manages the Litigation Technology Department at Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP. The department provides consultation, support, training, processing and production of e-discovery.
Please click here for a complete list of conference moderators and presenters.
We all know the importance of e-discovery in today’s legal industry. Make certain you’re up-to-date on your electronic knowledge and join this year’s conference. Need CLE credits? Well, the conference has been approved for 7.5 CLE general credits, 2.0 ethics credits and 3.0 technology credits. The result is an opportunity you can’t resist!