Save the Date! E-Discovery Day 2023 will be on December 7th! And eDiscovery Today is excited to be one of the sponsors once again!
A short time ago, Exterro published an announcement about E-Discovery Day 2023. Here is a portion of the announcement.
Exterro and Partners Announce 9th Annual E-Discovery Day
Exterro, ACEDS, EDRM, and eDiscovery Today Co-Sponsoring Day of Education, Networking, and Celebration for E-Discovery Professionals
Portland, Ore., September 14, 2023 – Exterro Inc., the preferred provider of Legal GRC software specifically designed for in-house legal, privacy, and IT teams at Global 2000 and AmLaw 200 organizations, in partnership with the Association for Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), and eDiscovery Today are pleased to announce the ninth annual celebration of E-Discovery Day will take place on December 7, 2023.
E-Discovery Day is an annual event in which the e-discovery industry comes together to celebrate the vital and growing role that e-discovery plays in the legal process. It is an industry-wide, vendor-neutral celebration started and spearheaded by Exterro that includes in-person educational and networking events, online webinars, CLE opportunities, social media conversation, and more. E-Discovery Day was started in 2015 by Exterro as an opportunity for legal professionals from around the world to come together to learn, network, and celebrate the important role they play in the legal process.
Exterro is excited to partner again with ACEDS and EDRM, whose strong connections to the e-discovery community help both build excitement for the event and ensure that educational activities provide real value to attendees, as well as with eDiscovery Today, the only daily go-to resource for e-discovery and eDisclosure professionals seeking to keep up with trends, best practices, and case law.
“We are honored to spearhead this day which connects legal professionals from across the world to learn and celebrate all things e-discovery,” said Exterro Chief Marketing Officer Bill Piwonka.
“Each year, the combination of E-Discovery Day educational sessions and networking events gets better, and e-discovery professionals look forward to this day all year!” said Doug Austin, Editor of eDiscovery Today. “eDiscovery Today is once again honored and excited to partner with Exterro, EDRM, and ACEDS in celebrating the ninth annual E-Discovery Day!”
Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist of EDRM, said, “EDRM is proud of our trusted partner, Exterro, for creating our very own e-discovery holiday where we can learn, gather, and celebrate with each other.” EDRM, a proud sponsor of E-Discovery Day, will once again host the Gayle O’Connor Spirit Award and an EDRM panel this year on December 7th.
“Another year has flown by and we have a lot to celebrate on E-Discovery Day,” said Mike Quartararo, president of ACEDS. “Thank you to Exterro, Mary Mack at EDRM, Doug Austin at E-Discovery Today and to my colleagues at ACEDS for collaborating once again to bring the e-discovery community together to acknowledge and commemorate the work of legal professionals across the industry. Happy E-Discovery Day everyone!”
Individuals looking to stay up to date on E-Discovery Day activities can visit e-discoveryday.com, powered by Exterro, and sign up for the email newsletter, which will keep you abreast of major developments.
More to come soon on sessions and networking events! Stay tuned!
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