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Are you looking for practical advice to help you work smarter, not harder, regarding eDiscovery? The 10th Annual UF Law E-Discovery Conference (hosted by the University of Florida Levin College of Law), taking place February 8-9, 2023, does just that by offering invaluable guidance on the legal, technological, and practical aspects of eDiscovery.
This year, the conference features a session titled “Guidance for Legal Teams from Case Law Decisions in 2022,” moderated by eDiscovery Assistant CEO Kelly Twigger and featuring United States Magistrate Judge Mac McCoy of the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida and Of Counsel Ryan Tilot of Gunster, Yoakley & Stewart P.A. This session, to be held day one of the conference, will focus on how 2022 set another record for decisions on electronic discovery with proportionality, BYOD, search terms and TAR, and issues in emerging technologies leading the way.
The case law panel will review some critical decisions from this past year to provide practical takeaways for what litigators and litigation teams need to know as they advise their clients on the ever-expanding world of ESI and their impact on the law of eDiscovery.
This year’s speakers will cover various topics, from ESI Protocols to ethics in artificial intelligence. A few of the highlights include:
- A keynote presentation by Jerry Bui of FTI on deep fakes and what that means for legal
- A keynote presentation by Associate Justice Tanya R. Kennedy on the power of inclusion in legal technology
- A panel discussing how to tackle preservation issues that come with the growing use of collaboration tools
- The Annual Judicial Panel, moderated by David Horrigan of Relativity and featuring one District Judge and five Magistrate Judges
Check out the full agenda and speakers before you register.
The 10th Annual UF Law E-Discovery Conference has something for everyone. For those from corporations, law firms, or service and solution providers, the conference is only $199 for in-person attendance. For those who would like to attend virtually, the UF Law E-Discovery Conference is free.
This year’s two-day event features a new web and mobile app allowing all attendees, speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors to engage before and during the conference. The app includes discussion forums and chat messaging. Be sure to stop and visit the virtual exhibitor booths, which include Reveal, Relativity, Consilio, and of course, eDiscovery Assistant. Bonus tip: the more you engage in the app, the higher you rank on the conference leaderboard. The top-ranking attendee will receive a one-year subscription to eDiscovery Assistant.
Whether you are from a law firm, corporation, consultancy, or software and service provider, the 10th Annual UF Law E-Discovery Conference is the perfect opportunity to learn the latest strategies for working smarter, not harder, when it comes to eDiscovery.
Register today to take advantage of all the informative sessions and practical takeaways. And remember to stop by our virtual booth and say hello to our team during the conference.