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It’s E-Discovery Day 2019! Check Out Today’s Webcasts and In Person Events!: eDiscovery Best Practices

It’s time for another E-Discovery Day!  By my count, this is the fifth annual event that includes a combination of webcasts and in-person events to promote discussion and education of eDiscovery (we won’t hold it against them that they want to spell it with that pesky dash).  Here are links to some of the webcasts and in-person events happening today!

According to Exterro, the organizer of the event, there were 2,660 participants in 19 webcasts and 14 in-person events last year.  This year, I count a whopping 22 webcasts and 16 in-person events and the earliest webcast started at midnight Pacific time!  You may have already missed it!  And that’s only the ones officially listed on the E-Discovery Day webcasts page here, there are others I’ve seen as well.  You can participate by hosting your own educational webcast and submit one for the list.  Eeegads! (or is it E-eegads?)… ;o)

In addition, there are also several in-person events and networking opportunities around the country – here is a link to those.  Some are happy hours and other networking events, others are actual local educational events.  Click on the event in your area to RSVP and find out more – there’s still time!

So, what do you think?  Are you “celebrating” E-Discovery Day?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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