The University of Florida E-Discovery/EDRM Conference for the Small and Medium Case this year focuses on letting your data tell the winning litigation story. E-discovery is more than responding to production requests. At its heart, e-discovery is locating, parsing, and restructuring the voluminous and diverse case data – emails, texts, word processing docs, social media postings and messages, databases, digital photos, browsing history, computer logs, and more – into a coherent, winning story.
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Join our distinguished panels of national expert e-discovery practitioners and lawyers as they demonstrate with readily available, inexpensive e-discovery software how you can discover your winning case. 9 general CLE credits are available for attendees.
The University of Florida Levin College of Law and EDRM are pleased to announce that the conference is available online for $99. The conference features hands-on demonstrations from nationally recognized experts. 9 general CLE credits are available for attendees.
The Conference focuses on solutions to the difficulties, issues, and decisions that attorneys face in competently and cost-effectively handling e-discovery in small and medium cases. The Conference features demonstrations of a new generation of right-sized e-discovery software and tools for each phase of the e-discovery process. Click here to view information about the distinguished roster of national experts who will be speaking at the Conference.
This Conference is underwritten by the International Center for Automated Research (ICAIR) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law as part of its public mission and is offered at a startlingly low price.
(Retired Florida Judge), co-author (with William Hamilton) of LexisNexis Practice Guide Florida e-Discovery and Evidence
Ralph 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, Artigliere was a 24-year trial lawyer handling primarily professional negligence, medical malpractice, and product liability cases. As a Circuit Judge, Artigliere served in the felony, family, probate, and civil trial divisions, and was Administrative Judge of the Circuit’s civil and family divisions.
Quarles & Brady LLP, Adjunct Professor of E-Discovery at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, Director of the UF Law E-Discovery Project, and Provost of Bryan University
William Hamilton is board certified in business litigation by The Florida Bar and a partner at Quarles & Brady, LLP. Mr. Hamilton is also the Executive Director of the E-Discovery Project at the Levin College of Law.
judge gary jones
Judge Jones was appointed a United States Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Florida on May 1, 2000, is a master of the D.R. Smith American Inn of Court, and is currently a board member of the Gainesville Area Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.
DLA Piper LLP, co-author Electronic Discovery and Records Management Guide: Rule, Checklists and Forms
Browning Marean is a senior counsel in DLA Piper’s San Diego office. He is a member of the Litigation group and is co-chair of the Electronic Discovery Readiness and Response Group. Mr. Marean concentrates his practice in the areas of electronic discovery, professional responsibility and knowledge management.
Director, Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center and co-author of E-Discovery for Small Cases
Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the area of computerized litigation support systems, with numerous articles in legal publications and several books, most recently “E-discovery for Small Cases” from the ABA.
George Socha is the president and founder of Socha Consulting LLC, an electronic discovery consulting firm. He is a co-founder of the Socha-Gelbman Electronic Discovery Survey, now Apersee (apersee.com) and EDRM (edrm.net). George is an advisor and expert witness and advisor focusing on the full range of electronic discovery activities.
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