This has been the first eDiscovery conference that I consider to have been worth the time and travel
Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) March 28, 2012
LawCLE Center, a division of Arkfeld Professional Education, leading the market in Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence training programs, and Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU, Center for Law, Science and Innovation recently announced an upcoming eDiscovery and Digital Evidence conference to be held at the College of Law on May 23-25, 2012 in Tempe, AZ.
The eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference will bring together leading jurists, attorneys, practice support personnel, service providers and other legal professionals to demonstrate effective best practices to competently handle eDiscovery within a corporate, government or nonprofit environment and during the course of litigation.
The keynote speaker for the conference will be the Hon. John M. Facciola, Magistrate Judge, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia discussing Competency in eDiscovery: An Ethical Dilemma and Cooperation Among Litigants.
“The unprecedented imposition of sanctions by the courts has led to one of the most difficult competency periods in the practice of law,” proclaims Michael Arkfeld, Esq. “Whether it is federal or state court, it is mandatory that all counsel learn about his or her obligations with identifying and preserving ESI.”
The eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference will focus on the convergence of law and technology and will cover best practices in identifying key contemporary cutting-edge eDiscovery issues including social networking discovery, predictive coding and will present the always popular “View from the Bench” featuring several jurists including Judge Hon. Craig B. Shaffer, Magistrate Judge, from the District of Colorado.
The eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference will be held in a three-day format. Days One and Two of the conference will present technological issues in eDiscovery and ESI Discovery strategies and tactics, followed by a Symposium on Day Three to discuss cutting-edge practical realities of eDiscovery. A participant can choose one, two or all three programs.
May 23 - Technological Issues in eDiscovery
May 24 - ESI Discovery—Principles, Strategies and Tactics
May 25 - Symposium—The Cutting-Edge Practical Realities of eDiscovery
Attendees who register by April 30, 2012 will receive a complete set of the Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence publications. Enrollment is limited.
LawCLE Center, a division of Arkfeld Professional Education continues to provide acclaimed up-to-date comprehensive publications, web-based seminars, live conferences and online, on-demand training modules.
To learn more about the conference, visit http://www.LawCLECenter.com.