See what we did there? 😉 On May the 4th, the Houston, Austin, and Dallas chapters of ACEDS are conducting a unique educational event you won’t want to miss!
Not one, not two, but three Texas chapters are conducting a two-hour in-person event on May the 4th! Our first 2023 event (titled The Mandalorian Approach to Complex Data Sources) brings experts from distinct vantage points of the eDiscovery process together for a lively discussion on new data in litigation. We have 3 great speakers representing law firms, software, and corporations who are ready to provide their unique perspectives on how they approach new and emerging sources of data across the lifecycle of litigations and discovery!
Rich Robinson (Director of Legal Operations and Litigation Support, Toyota Motors North America), Cat Casey (Chief Growth Officer – Reveal) and Nick Curtis (eDiscovery Manager – Tokio Marine) will be sharing their experiences on their various roles in the world of complex eDiscovery.
The topic – dealing with modern data – explores the legal aspect of dealing with new and emerging data and the speakers will share best practices on how they are approaching complex and emerging data sources — from information governance to collections to emerging tools and technology. Come for some practical guidance on what these experts are implementing at their organizations.
As I mentioned, it will be an in-person coordinated event on May the 4th from 11:30am to 1:30pm among the three chapters in Houston, Austin, and Dallas! Here are the locations of each and the link to register:
Houston: 5 Houston Center 1401 McKinney Street Houston, TX 77010. Register here!
Austin: Frost Tower 401 Congress Avenue #3200 Austin, TX 78701. Register here!
Dallas: 2323 Victory Ave Suite 2000 Dallas, TX 75219. Register here!
Spots are limited, so register quickly if you’ll be in or near one of those three cities that day and want to attend. May the 4th be with you – on May the 4th! 😀
So, what do you think? Is your organization having trouble dealing with modern data? If so, consider attending the event! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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