The Exterro XChange Global Conference is coming up in less than two weeks! Here are some details about the conference in “the Big Easy”!
The Exterro XChange Global Conference is more than just a conference. It’s a vibrant community of professionals exchanging ideas, making connections, acquiring new skills, and exploring the complex connections between privacy, e-discovery, cybersecurity compliance, and digital forensics.
Over three days, Exterro XChange offers something for everyone–customers, partners, and the professional eDiscovery, privacy, and digital forensics communities at large. The first day, September 19th, features hands on training in key components of the Exterro legal governance, risk, and compliance program for Exterro customers and partners. The second and third days cover key topics of interest to the eDiscovery, privacy, and digital forensic communities, bringing together industry thought leaders, practitioners, members of the judiciary, and more to discuss current events, new technology, and best practices in learning tracks for Exterro customers and industry professionals.
I’m excited to be moderating the Judicial Roundtable on Thursday, September 21st from 9:45 AM – 11:15 AM, with a terrific group of judicial panelists: Hon. Allison Goddard, Magistrate Judge of the Southern District of California; Hon. Charmiane Claxton, Magistrate Judge of the Western District of Tennessee; Hon. Kimberly Johnson, Magistrate Judge of the Eastern District of Texas and Hon. Joy Conti, Senior District Judge of the Western District of Pennsylvania! We’ll be discussing judicial takes on various topics including legal holds, defensibility and self-collection, ephemeral messaging, collaborative platforms and (of course) artificial intelligence!
So, what do you think? Are you attending the Exterro XChange Global Conference? If so, come say hi! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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