ACEDS will be keeping you sharp this summer with a series of webinars on breaking e-discovery topics and deep dives. We’re grateful to the experts who will be sharing their insights into their specialties. ACEDS surveyed the community and found a deep desire for advanced eDiscovery, and our ACEDS faculty has delivered.
June 26 – Jared Coseglia, CEO of the award winning TRU Staffing Partners will speak on e-discovery, cybersecurity and privacy. Learn more and register for the webinar here: The State of the Industry: e-Discovery, Cybersecurity (and Privacy)
July 10 – Shannon Bales, Practice Leader for Trial Technology at FTI Consulting, will discuss his new book “Trial Presentation Companion.” Learn more and register for the webinar here: Why Firms that Do Trial Technology Wrong are Destined to Lose
July 11 – Thomas C. Gricks III, Managing Director of Professional Services at Catalyst, and Andrew Bye, Director of Machine Learning & Analytics at Catalyst host a Q&A on technology assisted review (TAR) and continuous active learning (CAL)—all the questions you want answered—in a candid discussion with leading TAR/CAL experts. Learn more and register for the webinar here: TAR Unplugged – Live Q&A with the Experts
July 12 – Ralph Losey, whose e-discovery team blog is a weekly must read will join us as well. Ralph, creator of the Hybrid Multi-Modal method of review, has also published another book, “e-Discovery for the Rest of Us.” Ralph is a Principal and National E-Discovery Counsel and will be developing a special presentation. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Judge Goes Where Angels Fear To Tread: Tells the Parties What Keyword Searches to Use
July 17 – Sharon Nelson, President of Sensi Enterprises and author of “Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Lawyers” will join Judy Selby, Principal of Judy Selby Consulting LLC, to bring the latest on cyber insurance. Register for their webinar here: CyberInsurance: Necessary, Expensive and Confusing As Hell.
July 19 – Claude Ducloux, Attorney at Law and Director of Education for Law Pay, will discuss implicit bias. Claude Ducloux’s presentations are richly cited and full of spicy anecdotes. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Biased? Me? How Lawyers Can Recognize and Improve Interpersonal Skills
July 25 – Tiffany McLauchlin-Kingsley, CEDS, will be talking about electronic medical records and eDiscovery. Tiffany is certified in forensics, HIPAA security, HIPAA privacy, Digital Forensics and Electronic Evidence and Cerner Millennium Fundamentals. Register for the webinar here: Demystifying EMRs and eDiscovery: A Day in the Life of
July 26 – Amie Tall, consultant with the UK’s Strategem Tech Solutions and former VP of Deutsche Bank is an internationally regarded expert in Forensic Investigations, Cyber Security, eDiscovery, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence and will be sharing her expertise with us. Register for the webinar here: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: The Future of eDiscovery
August 7 – David Greetham, expert witness, patent holder and eDiscovery Business Unit Leader at Ricoh America will discuss the Internet of Things (IOT). Learn more and register for the webinar here: School’s out – Let’s stay connected – the IoT
August 9 – Tom O’Connor and Gayle O’Connor will discuss the landmine of ethical concerns that swarms the marketing landscape that you need to be aware of in order to be technically competent to address them. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Ethics & Social Media: Walking the Fine Line
August 8 –Cybersecurity expert, CEO and author of Hacked Again, Scott Schober, takes the audience through best security practices without overwhelming technical minutiae. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Importance of Good Cyber Hygiene
August 15 – Kelly Griffith will discuss the resources needed to practice more efficiently, improve client service, and add more value. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Managing the Minutiae of Document Productions
August 28 – During this webinar, attorney, forensics expert and special master, Craig Ball will talk about the goals and needed protections attendant to a computer forensic examination and some of the crucial terms and conditions that should be resolved by a thoughtful examination protocol. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Negotiating a Forensic Examination Protocol
August 29 – Hon. Judge Ron Hedges will cover an overview of the 2015 amendments, cooperation and proportionality, the duty to preserve and the litigation hold, and spoliation of physical evidence and spoliation of ESI under amended Rule 37(e). Learn more and register for the webinar here: When Things Go Wrong: Avoiding Loss of ESI
August 30 – Mike Quartararo, Founder and Managing Director of eDPM Advisory Services, will be in the ACEDS webinar studio for an Ask the Expert. Learn more and register for the webinar here: Ask the Expert: Mike Quartararo on the eDiscovery Project Management Landscape – Tools Overview
All sessions qualify for CEDS credits and are reciprocal with AIIM’s continuing education credits to maintain the CIP certification. Many of the sessions above will qualify for ISC2 CPE credits, with the non-security sessions eligible as professional development.
If you are interested in a topic that we haven’t covered, or would like to be considered as a speaker, please reach out.