Masters Conference Announces Session Topics for October 2012 Event in Washington, D.C.

Sep 13th, 2012

The Masters Conference for Legal Professionals, an advanced legal educational experience, today announced the sessions for the annual conference, which is being held at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. on October 8-10, 2012. They will be:

  • Predictive Coding
  • Cooperation and Use of Special Masters
  • e-Discovery Introduction: Caselaw and Best Practices
  • International e-Discovery and e-Disclosure Practices
  • Introduction to Technology / e-Discovery
  • Preservation and the FRCP
  • How to Staff and Build a Customized Litigation Support Department
  • Social Media: Preservation and Collection
  • Update from the Bench
  • Producing to the Government
  • In-house Cost Cutting
  • e-Discovery in the Cloud
  • Social Media and Developing Corporate Polices and Attorney Ethics
  • International Panel
  • Project Management
  • Cloud Computing - What Organizations Need to Know Before Moving to the Cloud
  • Security Response and Breach Notifcation
  • Mobile Devices  / BYOD
  • Computer Forensics and Mobile Computing
  • Women in e-Discovery Panel
  • Insourcing vs. Outsourcing
  • E-Discovery & FOIA
  • Practicality of Getting ESI from Third Party Sources
  • Lowering Discovery Bills Through Defensible Disposal

“The Masters Conference is well-recognized in the industry as providing timely and relevant CLE education that practitioners can put into play immediately,” stated Lisa Lehman, Director of the Masters Conference. “The conference’s 2012 educational cabined has been working hard to carry on that tradition and, I believe, have put together a quality lineup of important topics.”

The theme of Masters Conference 2012 on October 8-10 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. is Information Convergence: Creating Synergy Between Compliance, Discovery and Security. Experts will explore and share what leading corporations and law firms are doing today to remain compliant to government regulations. Sessions will cover the complexities and risks of information security and offer methodologies of protection and proper protocol. The conference will feature thought-leader discussions on what the future holds for discovery and will also offer management strategies that will focus on information convergence, technology and integration, financial planning, adherence to FRCP.
The Masters Conference provides practical CLE education that is delivered by experts with front-line experience for lawyers and litigation support professionals. Attendees will gain practical knowledge, presented by peers, on current issues that can be applied immediately to everyday practice.
To register online for the Masters Conference, visit www.themastersconference.com. For sponsorship information, contact llehman@themastersconference.com.