The Masters Conference®, Continuing Legal Education, Top Legal Experts Come Together to Speak on the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

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The Masters Conference® brings top legal experts together to provide a CLE program to attorneys, general counsel, and legal professionals on the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedures.

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The Masters Conference® will take place in Washington D.C. at the Ronald Reagan Building on September 14th and 15th. The Masters Conference was created to offer professional continued legal education on the new FRCP rules and e-discovery issues.

The Masters Conference features two full days of speakers, panels, keynotes, and computer labs. Speakers include Hon. Andrew J. Peck, Chief United States Magistrates Judge, Southern District of New York; James Batson, Esq., Liddle & Robinson, Partner; Steve Brody, Esq., Department of Justice; Steve Bennett, Esq., Jones Day, Partner; Browning Marean, Esq., DLA Piper Rudnick, Partner; Thomas I. Barnett, Sullivan & Cromwell, Special Counsel; Jason R. Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration; Tawna Lawrence, Six Sigma; Bob Meyers, Certified Trainer; Wendy Pease, Executive Director of Rapport International; Conrad Jacoby, Esq., Certified trainer for Concordance and IPRO; Shawn Strickler, Vice President of Business Development for eMag Solutions; Tom Connally, Esq., Hogan & Hartson, Partner; Jon Talotta, Esq., Hogan & Hartson, Senior Associate; Stephen Whetstone, Esq., Stratify, Inc., Vice President.

A few of the important topics that will be presented include; The Proposed Federal Rules Amendments regarding Electronic Discovery and a Judge's perspective on E-Discovery; E-Discovery Post-Zubulake; What the FRCP Amendments Don't Solve - the Impending EDD Battlegrounds; E-Mail Discovery: What to Request (From Clients, Opposing Parties, and Third-Parties) and What to Do With It.; Ethics in E-Discovery; Electronic Data Discovery: A Business Process Approach; Vital Steps in Response to Litigation; E-Discovery and Risk Management; Breaking the Language Barrier; Learn Six Sigma; Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Registration is $349/person before September 13th. The cost will be $399 at the door. Registration is limited so please register early. For schedules, speakers, workshops or to register please visit The Masters Conference website at and click on the register link. Feel free to contact the Executive Conference Director, Lindsay Couch, J.D., at 407-574-2302 should you have any questions.


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