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Jul 2019
July 30, 2019

4th Annual ACEDS Detroit Symposium: Save the Date 9/27/19

On September 27th, please join the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) for its 2019 eDiscovery Symposium, “To eDiscovery and Beyond,” at the Greektown Casino in Detroit. This year’s keynote speaker is acclaimed eDiscovery Thought Leader Maura Grossman. Panelists include former Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York, Andrew C. Peck, well-known for his eDiscovery expertise especially in the area of technology-assisted review (TAR). Closing remarks will be given by Mary Mack, Executive Director of ACEDS. 

The day promises to be insightful and thought-provoking, with a healthy dose of fun. 

Topics will include: 

Whether TAR Will Become Mandatory and If So, When and How - Are courts ready to order the use of TAR for document review in litigation? If so, what role will manual review continue to play, if any?

In-House Counsel Panel Discussion - In the corporate law department, what are the “best practices,” what is trending and what does the future hold in the areas of information governance, data privacy and eDiscovery?

AI – A Practical Look at Its Resources - How can we best leverage AI to protect sensitive data and bridge the gap between privacy and eDiscovery?

Update on Data Privacy Laws (Nationally and Internationally) - What can organizations expect now that the EU General Data Protection Regulation is in effect and with the California Consumer Privacy Act going into effect next year?

Michigan’s New Discovery Rules (Judicial Panel) - With forthcoming changes to Michigan’s Civil Discovery Rules, what should practitioners know and what will their likely impact be?

Detroit Chapter Members  
Regular $100; Early Bird $50

Regular $175; Early Bird $125

ACEDS Regional Chapter Members 
Regular $125; Early Bird $75

Regular $195; Early Bird $145

Law Students 
Regular $35; Early Bird $25

Judicial Attendees 

For Early Bird rate, register by August 27, 2019

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