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The San Diego Chapters of Women in eDiscovery and the Federal Bar Association are proud to present part two of their lunchtime seminar series on Technology for Litigators: Examinations. This seminar will build on the initial introduction into the available technologies in the federal courthouse and demonstrations of opening statements. The presentation will focus on utilizing courtroom technology and industry leading programs during the examination process.
This event is open to the public and we encourage all trial practitioners and support staff to attend. Hon. Anthony Battaglia will preside over mock direct and cross examinations.
Please register via Eventbrite and allow 15 minutes to gain access through security. The federal courthouse requires a valid ID for each attendee and all technology to be removed from their bags prior to sending through the X-Ray machine. No cameras are allowed in the courthouse.
Please do not bring food or drink into the courthouse.
Join Women in eDiscovery to pack food for needy families in our community. We have reserved 12 slots. It is very important for Second Harvest Heartland to have an accurate participant count so it knows how much food can get packed, so please get in touch right away if you RSVP and find you are no longer able to attend. This is a fun and easy way to give back!
Parking is available in front of the entrance (Suite 1700), northwest corner of building. Please do not park in spaces reserved for other building tenants and consider carpooling with other group members. You MUST wear closed toe shoes - no sandals! Any volunteer who arrives without closed toe shoes will be asked to wear shoes that Second Harvest Heartland will provide.
Women in eDiscovery's NYC chapter (WiE-NYC) is seeking 5-6 women to help serve lunch at St. Luke's Soup Kitchen every 2nd Tuesday of the Month for 2017. This is a great way to give back while also getting to know each other better! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
WHERE: St. Luke’s Soup Kitchen (located on W 46th between 8th and 9th).
WHEN: Every 2nd Tuesday from 12:45 PM – 2 PM (except for April and December).
NO APRIL DATE
May 11th, from 12 - 1 p.m. We will be meeting at Gallagher and Kennedy (2575 E. Camelback Rd), Discovia will be providing lunch, and Brandon Colburn, with Teris, will be presenting on Data Mapping: Why, How, and Best Practices
Topic: Social Media/Phones - Collection to Production
More info to follow.
Mark your calendars for our next meeting on 5/17!
Baker Hostetler LLP is hosting and presenting this month's timely topic -
“Cross-border data transfers – Understanding the latest developments in EU data protection law.”
The meeting will be held on Thursday, May 18, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the offices of
Baker Hostetler LLP 45 Rockefeller Plaza 10th Floor New York, NY 10111.
From the newly-implemented Privacy Shield Frameworks, to Brexit, to the forthcoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the past several years have brought significant changes in the EU data protection landscape that have pushed multinational organizations to ramp up compliance efforts to meet evolving requirements. This panel will address how changes to EU privacy and data protection law are likely to affect companies that have operations in Europe, including an overview of the latest developments and a discussion of cross-border data transfer mechanisms and responsible records retention and disposal processes.
Our distinguished Baker Hostetler LLP panelists:
Melinda McLellan, Partner
May Tal Gongolevsky, Counsel
Emily Fedeles, Associate
Nichole Sterling, Associate
**Wine and noshes will be provided courtesy of our sponsors, IST and Opus 2.**
The June 8th meeting will take place in the evening, from 6 - 7 p.m. If you are interested in hosting the location or being a food sponsor in June, please email email@example.com.
Save the date! More information to follow....
Topic: Emerging Review Platform Trends
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We are excited to announce our inaugural “Legal Technology Showcase & Conference” to take place on Thursday, July 20, 2017 in Houston at the South Texas College of Law campus. This one-day technology showcase will bring together legal thought leadership, innovative technology providers, practitioners, legal support staff and law school students in one venue to network and collaborate on current eDiscovery trends and innovative technology products.
The generous philanthropy of the South Texas College of Law, conference speakers and technology exhibitors provide an opportunity to attend this local event without a fee. The event will be open to anyone with interest in previewing the expansive variety of legal technologies supporting the preservation, identification, collection, processing, production and presentation of electronic evidence.
We expect to have over 250 attendees and are lining up an impressive group of speakers and panelists.
Sponsorship opportunities are available on a first come first serve basis and open to qualifying technology and service providers. Registration details and more information about the speaker panels will follow. Please contact the Houston Chapter Board for more information.
Thursday, August 10th at noon @ TBD, Alternative Data Sources: Autonomous Vehicles and eDiscovery, speaker; Jason Epstein, Partner at Nelson Mullins
Topic: Female Entrepreneur Guest Speaker/Elections
More info to come.
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