The event will take place from 11:30 am. to 5:15 pm. at the Union League of Philadelphia. Lunch is included and a networking happy hour will follow from 5:30 to 7:00 pm.
The Masters Series CLE, which is free for attorneys and litigation support professionals, will have two tracks from which attendees can choose. The sessions will include:
- Guinea Pigs, Seed Sets, and Competence: The e-discovery bar faces a new day after da Silva Moore;
- Predictive Coding: What is it? What’s next? Why is it important?;
- Perspectives on e-Discovery Procurement Trends;
- Social Media: An update on evolving trends and the effect they are having on the e-discovery landscape;
- Reviewing Corporate Security and Privacy Policies for the Protection of Intellectual Property: A case study in theft, investigation and lessons learned;
- E-discovery Challenges Related to the Pharmaceutical Industry.
- Jason R. Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration;
- William Belt, Partner, LeClairRyan;
- Dan Brier, Partner, Myers, Brier & Kelly, LLP;
- Michael Burg, Associate, Drinker Biddle;
- Chyllene Cattie, Director of Litigation Support, Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis;
- Andrea D'Ambra, Counsel, Drinker Biddle;
- Laura Kibbe, Managing Director, Document Review and Expert Services, Epiq Systems;
- Melody Kromer, Associate Director, Biogen Idec;
- Joseph Looby, Senior Managing Director, FTI Technology;
- Lynn S. Looby, Managing Counsel, Litigation, The Dow Chemical Company;
- Richard Pachella, Director, Practice Support, Cozen O'Connor;
- Lori Rapuano, Counsel, Drinker Biddle;
- Dan Regard, Managing Partner, iDiscovery Solutions;
- Edward H. Rippey, Partner, Covington & Burling LLP;
- Jessica Ross, eDiscovery Services Attorney, Latham & Watkins LLP;
- Debbie Swartz, Associate General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer, AmerisourceBergen Corporation (Former).
The Masters Series events provide practical CLE education for lawyers and litigation support professionals that are delivered by experts with front-line experience. Session content is developed by an advisory cabinet of industry thought leaders. Attendees will gain practical knowledge, presented by peers, on current issues that can be applied immediately to everyday practice.
Registration is open for these events.
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About Masters Conference
Since 2006, the Masters Conference (themastersconference.com) has brought together experts and leading professionals from law firms, corporations and the bench to discuss strategies, practices and resources for managing the information lifecycle. The Masters Conference events are intimate forums where legal industry professionals can share, collaborate and obtain master knowledge of the most relevant topics in the legal industry today. By limiting attendance, the Masters Conference is meant to be an exclusive opportunity to learn and network with the top legal professionals in the industry without battling large crowds and an overwhelming vendor hall. The Masters Conference offers several educational opportunities, including its Masters Conference in Washington, D.C. in October, its Masters Series for Legal Professionals in various cities, and via webinars throughout the year.