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Want to Avoid eDiscovery “Gotchas”? Attend this Session at ILTA: eDiscovery Best Practices

There is less than two weeks left before ILTACON 2015, the annual conference for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.  eDiscovery Daily will be at the show and providing coverage before, during and after the show.  If you’re attending (or thinking of attending), here is one session that you should put on your list to check out.

The session 20 E-Discovery Warnings in 60 Minutes will be moderated by George Socha, EDRM co-founder and president of Socha Consulting and Michael Boggs, director of practice support at Holland & Hart.  George and Michael will moderate a fast-paced series of live stories from audience members, who will share examples from their own experiences of eDiscovery situations gone wrong, explain how the issue was ultimately resolved, and share their lessons learned.  As George noted in EDRM’s announcement regarding the session yesterday, “The session will offer 20 opportunities to learn from the mistakes of others – an educational and entertaining way to increase one’s own success rate.”

Several eDiscovery professionals will be presenting the eDiscovery situations gone wrong, including me.  I will be presenting two topics that are issues we have experienced with some of our clients at CloudNine and how we addressed them (hint: we’ve covered them on this blog before).  So, I hope to meet you there!

The session will take place on Tuesday, September 1, from 1:30 to 2:30 pm at the ILTACON 2015 conference at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas (currently slated for Milano Ballroom I & II).

So, what do you think?  Will you be attending ILTACON this year?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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