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Today is E-Discovery Day 2016!: eDiscovery Trends

Today is December 1.  As we mentioned last week, that means today is E-Discovery Day!

As the site for E-Discovery Day states, “[o]n December 1, 2016, thousands of Legal and IT professionals will gather both online and off to discuss e-discovery. They will be met with a full day worth of informative webcasts, in-person networking events and more—all hosted by E-Discovery Day sponsors.”

Last year, according to their site, there were 1,351 webcast participants, 26 eDiscovery experts who presented and 83% of last year’s participants said they would participate again this year.

In last week’s post, we covered the webcasts that will occur over the course of the day.  Webcast sessions start at 11:15am ET this morning and run through 7:00pm ET this evening, giving you a full day of sessions to choose from!

I’m excited to be presenting again with my colleagues Mary Mack, George Socha, David Horrigan, Bill Dimm and Bill Speros at the 10 Years Forward and Back – Automation in eDiscovery webcast session – it was very well received at The Masters Conference in DC in October.  So, if you missed it then, you can catch it today at 1pm ET!  Click on the link here to register.

You can also click on the link here to check out our previous post regarding the all of the webcasts and register for any of them via the links provided.

In addition, there will be in-person networking events in Dallas, Detroit, Houston, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Orange County and New York.  Click on the appropriate link to register for the in-person event near you!

So, what do you think?  Do you plan to attend an E-Discovery Day event?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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