ACEDS Jacksonville's E-Discovery Week was a weeklong series of events designed to educate and promote best practices in E-Discovery in the Jacksonville area. Below is a recap of each of the events:
TUESDAY, MAY 26, 2015:
Effective and Ethical Use of Social Media in Litigation
Ethan Wall is the founder of Social Media Law and Order and has delivered more than 75 seminars and written dozens of articles on social media legal issues. Ethan's presentation taught us about laws and ethics related to social media in litigation.
Happy Hour @ Intuition Ale
Our happy hour at Intuition Ale was a fun opportunity to socialize with local e-discovery professionals, and to meet e-discovery service providers in a more relaxed environment.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 2015:
Luncheon featuring Hon. John M. Facciola
Hon. John M. Facciola, Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, is one of the leading speakers on the topic of e-discovery. A video of Judge Facciola's insightful speech is below, courtesy of Orange Legal:
Judicial E-Discovery Seminar
Speakers: Hon. Ralph Artigliere, Chrisian E. Dodd, Hon. John M. Facciola, Steven W. Teppler,
During this exclusive afternoon session for local members of the judiciary, our panel presented Jacksonville judges with information about:
THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2015:
Predictive Coding Luncheon:
Our speaker, Naj Bueno, discussed a Florida case in which a judge entered an order permitting the parties to use Predictive Coding. Ms. Bueno provided a road map for practitioners to follow when endeavouring the obtain court permission to use predictive coding technology.
FRIDAY, MAY 29, 2015:
Local E-Discovery Rules Committee Luncheon:
ACEDS Jacksonville has formed a committee of e-discovery professionals who are working to draft and propose changes to state, federal, and bankruptcy procedures for addressing e-discovery disputes in pending litigation. During this lunch, the committee made progress drafting changes to the respective local rules.
Thank you to our event sponsors!
the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM),
evidentiary and ethical issues related to Social Media; and
a mock hearing demonstrating issues that arise in cases involving electronic evidence.