My Interview with Tom

My Interview with Tom O’Connor About ILTACON 2022: Legal Technology Trends

As I mentioned last week, ILTACON 2022 is coming up, and in my interview with Tom O’Connor, we discussed what’s happening in this year’s ILTACON on the eDiscovery Channel!

Just a reminder that ILTACON 2022 will be conducted August 21 through 25 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, MD, which is outside of Washington DC. You can register here and view a detailed agenda here.

In my interview with Tom, Tom and I discussed a variety of topics related to ILTACON, including some of our past experiences with the conference, some of the recent challenges associated with trying to conduct the conference in the COVID era, expectations for this year’s conference, some of the interesting sessions we expect to see, logistics for the conference and for being in and near National Harbor.

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As Tom noted on his Techno Gumbo blog, it’s his first time attending ILTACON in person in three years – which is probably true for a lot of folks, since 2020 was totally virtual and last year’s conference was significantly impacted by the height of the Delta variant. We also discussed how we particularly like the Gaylord in National Harbor as a venue for ILTACON and some of the unique aspects of this year’s conference, including a legal Lean Six Sigma Workshop, the Startup and Investment Hubs and more!

Check out my interview with Tom on the eDiscovery channel here! Where was Rachi (Messing)? Despite what I said in the opening, Rachi wasn’t boycotting me. 😉 Work happens!

So, what do you think?  Are you planning to attend ILTACON 2022?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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