The 5th Annual E-Discovery Conference will be held on March 30, 2017 on the law school campus and streamed live. Mark your calendar and reserve the data. The Conference will continue its focus on the utilization of readily available e-discovery software tools to enhance attorney and litigation support competence in handling the mid-sized and small […]
The UF Law E-Discovery Project is excited to announce its Spring 2017 E-Discovery Distinguished Speakers will be Maura Grossman, University of Waterloo research professor and e-discovery lawyer, and Gordon Cormack, University of Waterloo computer-science professor. Ms. Grossman and Mr. Cormack will present on Feb. 20 at the University of Florida Levin College of Law. The event is open to the […]
UF Law E-Discovery Executive Director William Hamilton participated in an e-discovery webinar. E-discovery legal experts and teachers provided insight on what you need to know to expand your e-discovery skill set and how you can get involved in e-discovery groups.
David Horrigan graduated from UF Law in 1999 and is now the E-Discovery Counsel and Legal Content Director at kCura, an e-discovery software platform developer. Mr. Horrigan’s lecture discussed e-discovery sanctions, spoliation and “deflate gate.”
On Nov. 15, UF Law E-Discovery Project Executive Director William Hamilton and retired circuit court judge, Ralph Artigliere, presented a webinar on the Florida Supreme Court’s court directive on the pre-litigation duty to preserve evidence. Click here to view the webinar.