Dennis Kennedy-Electronic Discovery Seminar

Dennis Kennedy, one of the leading thinkers and a bona fide pioneer in the computers and the law space, is offering an electronic discovery seminar.

Dennis has a compelling offer for organizations. He's allowing video with questions and answers, with a license to use the video for internal training.

Did I mention Dennis is creative?

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Legal hold webcast-May 11

Charlene Brownlee from Fulbright started off the Pharma conference with a spirited discussion about “is email a record?” with tee shirts going to participants with correct answers to vexing questions. A Charlene Brownlee presentation (sans tee-shirts) is archived and available via podcast on the Fios site. She and her collegue Bob Owen will providing another presentation on constructing legal holds, a timely topic given the recent carnage in Florida.

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Pharma specific discovery

Today is Tuesday, it must be Philadelphia. This e-discovery conference, co-sponsored by discoveryresources.org focuses on the problems and opportunities specific to the pharmaceutical industry. If I can get a wireless connection, I will blog the sessions. If you are here, let's find a place to meet.

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A Day in the Life-E-Discovery

Discovery Resources is an in kind sponsor of a live simulation of an employment case full of ediscovery with a stellar cast of characters. Forensics, chain of custody and cost shifting arguments are featured.

Let us know if anyone is blogging this event, sponsored by American Lawyer Media, and Business Development Institute on April 13, 2005.

The "actors" include the Honorable James Ware, United States District Court Judge; Michael R. Arkfeld, Assistant United States Attorney and author; Tom O'Connor, Director, Legal Electronic Document Institute; Browning E. Marean, DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP; Margaret Hart Edwards, Littler Mendelssohn; Dr. Larry Liebrock, eForensics; Leonard T. Nuara, Thacher Proffitt & Wood; George L. Paul, Lewis and Roca, LLP and co-chair of the ABA Digital Evidence Project; Craig Ball, Computer Forensic Examiner.

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Good time, short time at ABA Tech

Very welcoming people remained at the BlawgConnect dinner late Wednesday. I wasn't the only one whose travel plans ran amok with the tornado warnings at O'Hare. Dennis and Tom were the consummate hosts, with co-sponsor Bob Wiss. RSS was the topic of the day. The IP crowd was positively giggly at the idea of blogs being used as evidence and the need for blogging policies at the corporate level. Hmmmm. Could have been the late hour.

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See you in Chicago

See you at the Catalyst Ranch! If I miss you there, stop by the Sheraton on Water Street for a smoothie.

Fios is participating in the ABA Tech Show, so I have a home base in Booth 521. I'll be there Thursday only, in between their great Electronic Discovery sessions. Julia will be there Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Exhibits only passes are free. Here's a link to the same day registration form.

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BlawgConnect 2005

Dennis Kennedy, Tom Mighell and their posse have cooked up an event to allow all of us blawggers to share food and mingle in Chicago during ABA Tech Show. It's the evening of March 30, details on the Dennis Kennedy blawg. I'm looking forward to words of wisdom from the community that has pioneered this internet based conversation.

There is even a blawg for the conference.

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