'The Masters Conference' Names Esteemed Speakers, Session Topics and Panel Discussions

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The Masters Conference, an educational conference staffed with well-respected and knowledgeable experts in the legal profession, announced its roster of esteemed speakers, session topics and panel discussions. The second annual The Masters Conference: E-Landscape and the FRCP Fallout is October 25-26, 2007, at Ronald Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC.

The Masters Conference, an educational conference staffed with well-respected and knowledgeable experts in the legal profession, announced its roster of esteemed speakers, session topics and panel discussions. The second annual The Masters Conference: E-Landscape and the FRCP Fallout is October 25-26, 2007, at Ronald Reagan Building, 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington DC.

Esteemed speakers for the conference include electronic discovery household names such as Michael Arkfeld, Jim Daley, Ronald Hedges, Adam Cohen, David Cohen, Michael Clark, Monica Bay, Dan Regard, Warren Kruse, John Tredennick and Ralph Losey, to name a few.

The Masters Conference - E-Landscape in the FRCP Fallout will give attorneys and legal professionals the opportunity to prepare and learn about such pertinent topics as:

  •     The Changing Rules of Litigation
  •     Cost Containment Strategies
  •     E-Discovery from the EU Perspective
  •     The Responses of the States to the Amended Rules of Civil Procedure
  •     Foreign Language Issues in E-Discovery
  •     Computer Forensics
  •     Sedona 2007 and Beyond
  •     Financial Data Discovery Under the New Rules
  •     And much, much more

Unique to legal conferences, a newly formed organization, Women in eDiscovery, will have its own session and panel discussion of eDiscovery experts sharing their own knowledge, expertise in litigation readiness. This panel will be moderated by Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of LTN, and author of popular blog, The Common Scold.

During last year's The Masters Conference: E-Practice in the Electronic Age, more than 200 attendees learned from industry experts as to what might happen once the new rules took effect.

This year's Masters Conference will draw from industry experts and consultants to provide a forum of discussion that addresses the new reality. Being 'litigation-ready' now requires due diligence on the part of attorneys and litigation support directors alike.

Lindsay Couch, Executive Conference Director, The Masters Conference comments, "Legal professionals are important now, more than ever, for providing the proper arsenal of tools and information needed to embark on the new E-Landscape and the FRCP Fallout. Vendors and all legal professionals can join The Master's Conference as an attendee or sponsor and contribute to the educational process. This conference will speak to general counsel, law firm attorneys, litigation support directors and anyone that is faced with e-discovery and would like to learn more. Meeting of the minds at this level is something any legal professional should not miss!"

For more information on The Masters Conference please contact Lindsay Couch at 1-888-813-9346, ext. 1, Lindsay.couch(@)themastersconference.com.

About The Masters Conference
The Masters Conference brings together experts and knowledgeable professionals from law firms, corporations, and the bench to discuss strategies, practices and resources in the management of electronically stored information and electronic discovery.

Press Contact:
Lindsay Couch, J.D.
Executive Conference Director
The Masters Conference
4580 Concord Landing Dr., Ste.109
Orlando, FL 32839
1-888-813-9346, ext. 1
407-574-2302 Direct

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