Webcast Date/Time: May 8 at 1pm EST / 10am PST
Georgetown Law CLE & Exterro have partnered to create an educational initiative called edTalks, featuring innovative and thought-provoking presentations on cutting edge e-discovery ideas, concepts and best practices. Each edTalk is only 15 minutes long, empowering you to quickly get new techniques and knowledge for re-thinking and improving your e-discovery practices.
In this upcoming webcast, watch three separate edTalks:
- Limitations on Inherent Authority: Who Can Rein in the Judges. The Civil Rules Advisory Committee purports to preclude the exercise of a judge's inherent authority to issue sanctions for the spoliation of electronically-stored information. This seemingly innocuous note to Rule 37 raises surprising constitutional issues relating to the separation of powers. Presented by Hon. James Francis (Ret.), Distinguished Lecturer at City University of New York Law School
- GDPR one year later – The Discovery Diaries. Outside of the hype practitioners deep in the weeds of discovery find that GDPR has created new and interesting issues, but also new opportunities for discovery. A look at some of these topics and possible solutions. Presented by Natascha Gerlach, CIPP/E, Sr. Attorney at Clearly Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
- Artificial Intelligence in E-Discovery and Beyond. The use of machine learning to support e-discovery is widely known, but artificial intelligence has much broader applications for the legal industry. In this edTalk, learn how artificial intelligence really works, what the best applications of AI are currently, and how AI will impact the legal industry in the future. Presented by Herbert Roitblat, Principal Data Scientist at Mimecast
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