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Thank you for registering for the E-Discovery Conference

Welcome to the 3rd Annual Electronic Discovery Conference, “Electronic Discovery In Social Media, Mobile Devices And The Cloud.” This event will be streamed live beginning March 27th at 9:00 a.m.

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Conference Videos

Getting Cloud Data from the New Big Three: Google, iCloud, & MS Office 365

Discovering Your Every Move: Mobile Devices – iOS, Android and Others (Including GPS Data)

  • Tom Howe– Electronic Discovery Lawyer, Howe & Associates
  • Julie Brown– Litigation Technology Manager, Vorys, Sater, Seymour & Pease LLP
  • Mike Quartararo– Director of Litigation Support Services, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP
  • Gary Jones– U.S. Magistrate Judge, Northern District of Florida

The Four V’s and Your Fridge: Big Data and the Internet of Things (Fitbit, Black Boxes)

Cracking Open the Old Egg that is Social Media Metadata

Continuous Active Review Takes on Social Media.

The Social Media Quick Peek: Early Data Assessment

Conference Materials

Craig Ball’s “E-Discovery on a Budget” presentation

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Bill Hamilton’s “Social Media: #RealDiscovery” paper

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Tom Howe’s “Discovering Your Every Move: Mobile devices – iOS, Android and others (including GPS data)” documents

Smartphone evidence pdf sample report
Chain of custody receipt
Search term sample report
Remote collection example and service providers

The Data Security Team At Logikcull.com’s “How to Prevent Your Client’s Data from Getting Hacked” paper

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John Burchfield’s “Continuous Active Review Takes on Social Media” documents

John Tredennick’s  book “TAR For Smart People”

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Operating the Mediasite Player

Having difficulty with the Mediasite player? Click the image below to watch a short video explaining its features.


***Attention mobile iOS users***

iOS users will need to install the MediaSite app in order to view tomorrow’s eDiscovery conference stream. Clicking the ‘live stream’ link on the following site should initiate the process to download the app from Apple’s app store: http://mediasite.video.ufl.edu/Mediasite/Play/77cf6a9111c44956812a35bfb5a766171d

Once installed, the app will open automatically upon clicking the ‘live stream’ link.

If you have questions or difficulties, please contact Colleen Flage at 352-273-0615 or flage@law.ufl.edu.

Published: January 30th, 2014

Category: Academics

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