EDI Webinar Series: The Federal Judges' Guide to Discovery - Analysis of Chapter 9
Oct
25
12:00pm12:00pm

EDI Webinar Series: The Federal Judges' Guide to Discovery - Analysis of Chapter 9

This course will provide an author-guided overview and analysis of chapter nine of EDI’s Federal Judges’ Guide to Discovery – “The Use of Advanced Technologies in Document Review”.

Presented by:

David J. Kessler | Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP

Shannon Capone Kirk | Ropes & Gray LLP LLP

Register for this complimentary webinar here

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The 6th Annual EDI Leadership Summit
Oct
13
to Oct 14

The 6th Annual EDI Leadership Summit

The EDI Leadership Summit is the must-attend gathering for legal technology's most influential voices. With a delegation of judges, in-house counsel, government decision makers and law firm leaders, the event fosters long-lasting relationships through its open, knowledge-sharing forum. Developed in 2011 by the founders of EDI to help sharpen the focus of the non-profit's educational agenda, the Summit will host groundbreaking discussions on the evolution of technology and its impact on the legal industry. This event has proven to attract more corporate practitioners than other, similar legal conferences and has continued to maintain its strict attendee ratio year after year.

Register today at http://www.edisummit.org

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The Government Investigations & Civil Litigation Institute Annual Meeting
Oct
11
8:00am 8:00am

The Government Investigations & Civil Litigation Institute Annual Meeting

The Government Investigations and Civil Litigation Institute (GICLI) was founded in response to the need for in-depth education regarding the dramatic surge in regulatory enforcement activities and related civil litigations that burden the corporate legal department.

Register today at http://www.gicli.org

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The 2nd Annual Judicial Training Symposium
Oct
10
to Oct 11

The 2nd Annual Judicial Training Symposium

  • The Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

After a successful inaugural program, EDI has once again partnered with the Federal Judicial Center to offer a training symposium designed exclusively for Federal district and magistrate judges. The 2016 program promises to be an excellent opportunity to fill a significant void in judicial education.

Topics are expected to include: Proportionality under the new Rule 26(b)(1), Matching Discovery to the Needs of the Case, Active Judicial Management of Civil Actions, Technological Tools for eDiscovery (hands on), e Duty to Preserve Under New Rule 37(e) and New Rule 34 Practice.

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ILTACON 2016 & Corporate Legal Day
Aug
29
7:30am 7:30am

ILTACON 2016 & Corporate Legal Day

The 4th annual ILTACON Corporate Legal Day | Monday August 29th, 2016

Corporate Legal Day offers an exciting opportunity for corporate, government and law school professionals to share knowledge, address challenges, and collaborate with industry peers focused on corporate and law department solutions. This event will include a fantastic line up of session topics and networking opportunities including an evening cocktail reception. 

Learn more at http://www.iltacon.org/agenda/corpday

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The Inaugural EDI Summer Meeting
Jun
22
8:00am 8:00am

The Inaugural EDI Summer Meeting

Join the Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) for its inaugural Summer Meeting in the Empire State! This year, we are hosting a true mid-year meeting to discuss a fresh deluge of 2016 issues. From cross-border challenges under the Data Privacy Shield to boots-on-the-ground strategies for working with the 2015 FRCP amendments, our distinguished faculty will address these and other topics during this single, jam-packed day. The program will be highlighted by remarks from a prominent jurist regarding the first 204 days of practice under the new rules. Expect to leave this program with a working knowledge of key topics you will encounter in your practice. Be a part of this exciting program as we celebrate EDI’s 10th anniversary!

Register today at http://www.edimeeting.org (Limited seating available)

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The 12th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute with Georgetown Law
Nov
19
to Nov 20

The 12th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute with Georgetown Law

The 12th Annual Advanced eDiscovery Institute will provide the information, resources, and industry connections you need to effectively manage the electronic discovery process, from A to Z—“Advancing the Tools of the Trade” to learning “What Gen Z Knows that You Don’t.” With 26 sessions, this year’s program will cover a wide range of topics—from tech (BYOD, cloud data, social media), to process (proportionality, preservation, privilege), to professionalism (project management, negotiation, business development). This conference will satisfy your “search” for the latest and most advanced information on eDiscovery. 

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2015 EDI Leadership Summit
Oct
14
to Oct 16

2015 EDI Leadership Summit

  • The Ritz Carlton New Orleans (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Over the past four years the EDI Leadership Summit has become a must-attend gathering for legal technology's most influential voices. With a delegation of judges, in-house counsel, government decision makers and law firm leaders, the event fosters long-lasting relationships through its open, knowledge-sharing forum. Developed in 2011 by the founders of EDI to help sharpen the focus of the non-profit's educational agenda, the Summit will host groundbreaking discussions on the evolution of technology and its impact on the legal industry. This event has proven to attract more corporate practitioners than other, similar legal conferences and has continued to maintain its strict attendee ratio year after year.

Register today at www.edisummit.org

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Jun
17
12:00pm12:00pm

Executive Lunch & Learn Forum

Countless eDiscovery issues confronting counsel are affected by the level of transparency and cooperation required when using predictive coding. Courts have given inconsistent guidance on this issue, causing confusion about whether to disclose - and what should be disclosed - to a litigation adversary regarding the use of predictive coding.

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