About this Event
We welcome you to attend our Boston WiE Chapter Meeting on Tuesday, November 19, 2019. Space is limited – register soon!
To bring a guest or change your RSVP, please email us at email@example.com
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Topic: Emerging Data Types – From Social Media and Slack to Mobile Devices and the Cloud
As new data types emerge from an array of applications, devices, and storage technologies, eDiscovery professionals must also adapt and evolve. The proliferation of mobile device computing, coupled with the mainstream acceptance of the cloud as a secure storage option, has increased the complexity of collections by introducing variables that have reshaped the collection process. There are also new challenges for attorneys, in determining the relevant data types and how to structure the review. Our panelists will discuss the challenges of identifying and understanding new types of data, collection considerations, and review strategies.
Sponsor: HaystackID | https://haystackid.com/
New Clothing & Toiletry Drive for My Sister’s House at the Dimock Center
To participate in the drive, please bring:
We hope to see you at the meeting!
Topic: Networking Tips & Tricks
Discussion: Attending networking events alone without knowing anyone can be intimidating. In this meeting we will learn some tips and tricks on how to be a better networker in any situation. We will also discuss what it is like to work with a “life coach” and how to approach difficult conversations.
Daya Naef, Owner & Executive Coac h- The Success Partner
Lunch is generously provided by Haystack!
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL BE HOLDING ELECTIONS ON 11/20. ALL NOMINATION FORMS SHOULD BE SUBMITTED BY 11/10.
NOTE: Please RSVP by Wednesday, 11/19, and provide the names of any guests as a list of attendees is required for the Security Desk.
As always, please feel free to contact the D.C. Chapter at DC@womeninediscovery.org with any questions or comments.
Dear Members and Friends of Orange County WiE - MCLE Presentation coming your way!
Our topic is: eDiscovery Under The California Code of Civil Procedure - MCLE Presentation
Presented by: Farhad Mahmoudi, Solutions Architect, Epiq Global
Thank you to:
Farhad Mahmoudi and Epiq Global for being our presenter and lunch sponsor; and
Carol Palmer and Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton for being our location sponsor.
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There is no cost to attend this meeting or for lunch.
Join us for an evening edition of the November Women in eDiscovery NYC Chapter Meeting.
Panel discussion covering eDiscovery Challenges in Financial Services Litigation. Cocktails and canapés will be sponsored by Consilio.
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Women in eDiscovery – Houston Chapter
Happy Hour + Networking
Mix and meet other chapter members
Get the holidays off to a festive start by joining the Houston Chapter of WiE for an evening of socializing and networking. Reconnect with colleagues and friends and take the opportunity to meet someone new.
This event is open to all #WiE members and eligible members. Please see our FAQs for membership information.
Chain of Custody and Why You Should Have One -- CLE presentation followed by Holiday Reception
Join the Indy WiE Chapter's next event!
Joshua Johns, Manager of Information Governance at Faegre Baker Daniels, will speak about the need for a strong chain of custody process to take control of all media received from your clients. Not only is it important to be able to track the items and what is contained on them, the security of that media is just as crucial in a world of constant data breaches and data mismanagement. Josh will discuss the processes put in place at his firm to ensure compliance with ISO protocols as well as assisting the firm in addressing the client’s need for data security procedures. Josh's presentation will be followed by a Holiday Reception sponsored by Modus
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Good evening Atlanta Chapter WiE Members!!
We're excited to announce our upcoming holiday party. This year we're going for a playful theme - there will be bocce ball, shuffleboard, skee-ball, and best of all we will have Atlanta Locksport on site so you can test your lockpicking skills! You MUST RSVP to attend this event so we can properly plan.
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Additionally, we'll be collecting non-perishable food items at the holiday party to donate to the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
We’re currently seeking sponsors to help us with the holiday party. If you're interested in sponsoring, please reach out to us at email@example.com by November 15th for more information.
Dear Members and Friends of Orange County WiE: It's time to celebrate E-Discovery Day!
Orange County Women in E-Discovery welcomes you to join us for our 5th Annual Happy Hour and In Person Networking event - Celebrating E-Discovery Day!
Thank you to our sponsors: Exterro and Xact Data Discovery
There is no cost to attend this celebration event, or for happy hour tapas and beverages, and parking will be validated.
Come join us for an evening of celebrating E-Discovery's Vital and Growing Role in the Legal Process.
This year's raffle proceeds will to to Girls Who Code.
You can buy your raffle ticket by clicking here.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Join us to celebrate the 5th Annual National eDiscovery Day, celebrating eDiscovery’s vital and growing role in the litigation process. This event is open to the San Diego legal community and is free to attend. Please RSVP via Eventbrite to let us know if you can join us!
Attend free webinars all day long on National eDiscovery Day through the official website: https://www.e-discoveryday.com/
Atlanta Chapter WiE Members,
Please join us for a day of GIVING BACK by volunteering at the Atlanta Community Food Bank on Sunday, December 15th from 1-4 pm. Register today to secure your spot!!
We only have 20 spots available, so please email us here if you are unable to register and want to be considered for future volunteer events so we can get a better idea of how many folks are interested in these types of events to better prepare next time. If you cannot make it or are unable to register due to the spots being filled please bring your non-perishable food items to our holiday party scheduled for December 4th.
Your volunteer commitment is an important step in the fight to end hunger. We’re excited to have you join us at the PRC!
Volunteer Confirmation Details
Youth Requirements: All minors are required to bring a volunteer waiver signed by a parent/guardian. You may download the waiver to sign at home HERE. We also require 1 adult chaperone for every 4 children (8-12 years) and 1 adult chaperone for every 8 youth (13-17).
Parking: Upon arrival into the main entrance (look for the big high sign with our orange peach logo), the parking lot will be to your left (on slight hill). After exiting your vehicle, look left for the fence covered walkway (affectionately known as “the cage”) with the Product Rescue Center Volunteers sign. Follow the fenced walkway to the PRC door.
Dress Code: Closed-toe and closed-heel shoes are required, with sneakers or work boots recommended. Flips flops, sandals or heeled shoes are not allowed. Please wear comfortable clothing you do not mind getting a bit rumpled.
About the Product Rescue Center:
The Product Rescue Center (PRC) provides a great hands-on experience in a diverse and social atmosphere. Groups and individual volunteers come together to inspect, sort, and pack quality grocery donations to prepare for distribution to over 600 partner agencies across Georgia.
Food Donations: With 1 in every 5 Georgians and 1 in 4 Georgia children at risk of
hunger, the number of people requesting emergency food assistance continues to grow. If every volunteer visiting our Product Rescue Center brings just two cans of food, we would be able to provide approximately 2,750 additional meals each month!
*Please consider bringing as many nonperishable items as you can! You're already making a tremendous difference by volunteering. Think how much that can be magnified by grabbing a couple of food items to bring with you when you come! We're always in need of natural peanut butter, canned chicken, and canned fruits & vegetables. Click here for our full list of most needed food items: http://www.acfb.org/food-fund-drives
Thank you for volunteering with us. If you have any more questions, please let me know.
NOTE: Please call us no less than a week before your volunteer date for cancellations.
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