It’s not too late to join the distinguished group of dialogue leaders for the 2020 Annual Meeting of The Sedona Conference® (TSC) Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1). It’s about two weeks away!
As is the case with so many conferences and meetings this year, the setting has shifted from a hotel conference room to the comfort of your personal virtual space. Nonetheless, an esteemed group of judges, government officials, and industry leaders will lead six dialogue-driven discussions, Wednesday, October 28, and Thursday, October 29, starting at noon EDT each day and running through 4:00 p.m. So, you not only don’t have to travel, you don’t even have to devote your entire work day to attend!
The virtual program will include sessions on the following topics:
- Social, Technological, and Ethical Challenges of Electronic Evidence in Criminal Cases
- Discovery from Third-Party Apps
- Moving the Law Forward: Reinventing the Privilege Log
- Case Law Review: Significant eDiscovery Decisions from 2020
- Uniformity in Filing Under Seal
- Voices from the Bench: Exploring the Judicial Perspective for 2020 and Beyond
TSC will seek CLE accreditation in accordance with rules and regulations set forth by individual jurisdictions for virtual meetings. Various state MCLE authorities require that TSC verifies your live, active participation throughout the program.
- Hon. Cathy Bissoon, U.S. District Judge, W.D. Pennsylvania
- Travis Brown, Assistant Attorney General, Tennessee
- Hon. J. Michelle Childs, U.S. District Judge, South Carolina
- Sean Cotulla, California Department of Justice
- Hon. Timothy S. Driscoll, Supreme Court, State of New York
- Hon. Anthony D. Edwards, San Juan County Judge, Colorado
- Hon. Allison Goddard, U.S. Magistrate Judge, S.D. California
- Andrew D. Goldsmith, Associate Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Dept. of Justice
- Del Kolde, Federal Way, WA, Law Department
- Hon. Barbara M.G. Lynn, U.S. District Judge, N.D. Texas
- Hon. William Matthewman, U.S. Magistrate Judge, S.D. Florida
- Karen Mitchell, Clerk of Court, N.D. Texas
- Hon. Kristen L. Mix, U.S. Magistrate Judge, Colorado
- Michael Oppenheimer, Defender Services Office, Administrative Office of U.S. Courts
- Hon. Katharine H. Parker, U.S. Magistrate Judge, S.D. New York
- Hon. Andrew J. Peck (ret.), DLA Piper
- Martin T. Tully, Actuate Law LLC
- Craig W. Weinlein, The Sedona Conference
- Kenneth J. Withers, The Sedona Conference
For more information about the WG1 annual meeting, as well as the full agenda and confirmed dialogue leaders click here.
The registration fee for Working Group Series (WGS) members is $595, with the Government & Non-Profit Registration Fee $495. You must be a Working Group Series (WGS) member, and logged in, in order to register for the Meeting. If you are not a WGS member, you can become a member here.
It’s a terrific set of topics and group of dialogue leaders, so it will certainly be a great educational event and a chance to learn from true experts in the industry!
So, what do you think? Are you planning to attend the WG1 annual meeting? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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