Columbus is the next stop for The Master’s Conference for 2023, and you may be able to attend for FREE, courtesy of eDiscovery Today!
Next Tuesday, September 12th, the Master’s Conference will be in Columbus at the office of Baker Hostetler at 200 Civic Center Drive Suite 1200, Columbus, OH 43215. And there are several interesting topics for this day long conference, including:
- One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Picking One or Multiple Technologies to Fit the Needs
- Managing Complexities of eDiscovery in Modern Investigations to Uncover the Truth
- Generative AI
- Privacy – Building Your Privacy Program
- E-discovery Strategies Under New DOJ Guidance for Conducting Business on Personal Devices and Messaging Platforms
- Cyber and Data Breach Roundtable
Lunch will be provided and there will be a happy hour after the educational sessions. The full agenda is available here.
eDiscovery Today is excited to be an Affinity partner with the Master’s Conference and, as a partner, we have complimentary codes to offer to attend! If you work for a law firm, corporation or government entity and will be in the Columbus area on Tuesday, September 12th, you may be able to attend the conference for FREE, compliments of eDiscovery Today! Reach out to me at email@example.com for more information if you’re interested in attending. First come, first served!
Even if you’re not able to attend for free, it’s a great value for a full day of eDiscovery and legal tech education and networking! Register here to attend!
As I mentioned, Columbus is the next stop for The Master’s Conference on the 2023 conference schedule that includes 13 cities in the US and internationally. The full schedule is available here. Come to Columbus – it should be great weather! 🙂
So, what do you think? Are you going to be in Columbus and looking for great eDiscovery education and networking? Register for the Master’s conference Columbus! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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