Shed your winter state of mind and join us in Florida (in person or virtually) for the second annual ACEDS Spring Break: #ACEDSRoadTrip. It promises to be three days of community engagement, meaningful connections in e-discovery and knowledge sharing for career enhancement. Road trip with us beginning March 19 and enjoy several events leading up to the 7th Annual UF E-Discovery Conference on March 21.
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2019 ACEDS Spring Break Road Trip Happenings
Jacksonville Chapter Lunch and Learn and Cocktail Reception
Members of the ACEDS community will be flying into Jacksonville on Tuesday, March 19, for an eDiscovery Lunch and Learn regarding Cooperation Litigation: Tips for Efficient e-Discovery under the Federal and Florida Rules sponsored by Relativity followed by a Cocktail Reception sponsored by ZyLAB.
Lunch and Learn Details:
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST
Smith, Hulsey & Busey | 1 Independent Drive, Suite 3300 | Jacksonville, FL 32202
ACEDS Jacksonville Chapter Cocktail Reception Details:
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 | 5:30 – 7:30 PM EST
Black Sheep | 1534 Oak Street | Jacksonville, FL 32204
The following day, Wednesday, March 20, the growing group will road trip to the University of Florida in Gainesville to gear up for the 7th Annual E-Discovery Conference. Meet in the lobby of Omni Jacksonville Hotel | 245 Water Street | Jacksonville, FL 32202 for a 11:00am departure.
7th Annual UF E-Discovery Conference
Effectively Managing Discovery From The Opposition
The UF Law conference proper starts the next day, with remarks from Dean Laura Rosenbury followed by a fireside chat with E.J. Bastien, Director of Discovery Programs and Atanu Banerjee, Group Program Manager, both of Microsoft’s e-Discovery team. The balance of the program features ACEDS chapter officers, faculty, friends and CEDS, including: Craig Ball, George Socha, Kelly Twigger, David Horrigan, Ian Campbell, Aaron Crews, Suzanne Clark, Mike Dalewitz and Mike Quartararo.
Our featured judicial panel of distinguished federal and state judges – U.S. Magistrates Judges William Matthewman, Mac McCoy, Patricia Barksdale, and Gary Jones, and retired Florida Circuit Court Judge Ralph Artigliere.
Immediately following the conference, join us for some appetizers and beverages at our courtyard cocktail reception from 6-6:45 PM.
The Florida Bar has approved 7.5 CLE general credits, 2.0 ethics credits, 3.0 technology credits for attorneys attending the conference.