Paradise Point Resort and Spa
Sedona’s 7th Annual Staying Ahead of the e-Discovery Curve Conference focuses on cutting-edge developments in e-Discovery. Co-chairs Colleen Kenney, Sidley & Austin, and Eric Mandel, Zelle Hofmann, (both Sedona Conference® Working Group 1 veterans) have put together a noted faculty of seasoned e-Discovery litigators, in-house counsel, and federal judges who will focus on such issues as:
- Technology Assisted Review (TAR): Why, When and How, and the Practice Issues Raised by its Use
- The impact of cloud computing, mobile devices, and BYOD on e-Discovery preservation and production efforts
- Meeting the new ABA Model Rules of Professional Responsibility Duty of Competence in connection with e-Discovery
- Unique issues that arise in four different categories of litigation: employment, class and mass tort actions, IP litigation, and government investigations
- Evolution and the Future of the e-Discovery Team
- Judicial Roundtable on Proportionality and Scalability for Small to Mid-size Litigation
- The Sedona Conference® International Principles on Cross Border Discovery and Data Privacy – Practical Application
- The ever-popular e-Discovery Case Law and Rules Update.
"This is my first Sedona Conference and I am thoroughly impressed. The panels were informative, interesting, practical and diverse. Getting input from every angle in the process is invaluable." Said Jamie Boyer, Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP, St. Louis, MO, of last year’s conference.
We are applying for advance accreditation for 11 hours of MCLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics credit, in states requested by those who register. For the benefit of in-house ARMA folks who register: We will also be applying for ICRM Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) advance accreditation.