Hon. John M. Facciola, magistrate judge, U.S. District Court for the Federal, District of Columbia, Washington, DC; Hon. Andrew J. Peck, magistrate judge, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York; Craig D. Ball, Law Offices of Craig D. Ball, P.C.; Woods Abbott, Raytheon Company, Waltham, MA; Matthew Knouff, Complete Discovery Source, Inc.; Amir Milo, Equivio; Ovie Carroll, U.S. DOJ; Conor R. Crowley, Crowley Law Office; Dawson Horn III, Tyco International Ltd.; Paul D. Weiner, Littler Mendelson P.C.; Kenneth J. Withers, The Sedona Conference; J. Trevor Hughes, CIPP, pres and CEO, International Association of Privacy Professionals, keynote speaker
Topics include eDiscovery Case Law Update; Defining Technology Assisted Review and Considerations in Developing a TAR Protocol: Seed Sets, Training Sets, and Iterations - Oh My!; The Economics of eDiscovery: Defensibly Controlling Costs; Key eDiscovery Issues in Criminal Law; Measuring, Validating, and Defending Your Technology Assisted Review (TAR): What Metrics and Measurements are Necessary or Appropriate?; eDiscovery Issues in Investigations Before Federal Agencies; Using and Challenging Digital Forensic Evidence; Selling Technology Assisted Review to Opposing Counsel and the Court: How Much Disclosure is Necessary?; The Evolving Role of eDiscovery Counsel; When Things Go Wrong: Incident Response from Different Perspectives; First, Do No Harm: Preserving and Admitting Foreign ESI; Preparing for a Meet-and-Confer; ESI Evidentiary Issues: Incomplete and Fabricated Evidence; Preparing to Depose an IT Custodian; What’s Next in eDiscovery: Looking Beyond the Court Decisions; Ethical Pitfalls of Social Media; Judicial Roundtable.