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Want to Start Planning for eDiscovery Events in 2020? Here’s a Preliminary List of Events: eDiscovery Trends
It’s budget season, which means it’s never too early to start planning for next year’s eDiscovery events. Thanks to Rob Robinson’s Complex Discovery blog, you can once again find all the notable events that are scheduled so far in one place!
In his post On Your Mark? An Early Working List of 2020 eDiscovery Events, Rob once again provides not just a list of events, but also provides links to each of them so that you can check them out for more info. Here are a few highlights:
- February 2.4-6: Legalweek, New York, NY (a week later than last year)
- February 2.12-13: The Sedona Conference Institute: eDiscovery Negotiation Training, New York, NY
- February 2.26-29: ABA TECHSHOW, Chicago, IL (yes, it’s a leap year next year!)
- March 3.11-12: 9th Annual Arkfeld eDiscovery Conference, Phoenix, AZ
- March 3.19-20: Eighth Annual University of Florida eDiscovery Conference, Gainesville, FL
- April 4.30-5.1: The Sedona Conference Working Group 1 Midyear Meeting 2020, Phoenix, AZ
- May 5.12-14: Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) Institute, Las Vegas, NV
- August 8.23-27: ILTACON 2020, Nashville, TN
- October 10.13-16: 2020 Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
Of course, as you can imagine in the middle of October, the timing of several events is still to be determined and some events may not yet be listed (Rob lists several that don’t have dates yet, including next year’s Relativity Fest and the annual Masters Conference events). Hey, we don’t even know who’s going to win the World Series yet! (though you know who I’m rooting for). Regardless, if you know of an event that needs to be listed or any corrections or other updates to be made, Rob provides a mechanism on his post to send him an email to let him know the event name, date, location and URL for the event. So, this post will continue to reflect an updated list of events over time. And, no matter how bad your eyesight is, next year you’ll be able to see 2020. ;o)
Also, tune in soon for the Fall results of Rob’s quarterly eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey. As usual, we will cover the results here as we have done for the previous 15 surveys to complete coverage for the fourth year.
So, what do you think? How many events do you plan to attend next year? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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