EDRM Update – October 2015

EDRM Update\r\nIssue 26 – October 2015\r\n\r\nWe held our Fall Workshop in October, at Relativity Fest. This was a first for us – the first meeting held outside Minnesota and the first meeting held in conjunction with another event. We have a long list of to-do items coming out of the meeting, stay tuned!\r\n\r\nWe also released our first members-only content, a 5.5 GB Micro Dataset – and in response had the busiest day of web traffic in 11 years.\r\n\r\nRegards,\r\n\r\nGeorge Socha and Tom Gelbmann\r\n\r\n


October 2015 Highlights

\r\nNov. 3: We released a new Micro Dataset containing approximately 5.5 GB of files. The EDRM Micro Dataset is available exclusively to EDRM members.  Information about the dataset and about membership is here​.\r\n\r\nOct. 6: We hosted free EDRM webinar, “A Practical Approach to Your in-house eDiscovery Collections,” sponsored by Pinpoint Labs.\r\n\r\nOct. 12 & 13: We held our EDRM Fall Workshop at Relativity Fest.  Thanks to kCura for the support to make the meeting possible! Look for new resources and programs in the coming months – all thanks to the efforts of our meeting participants.\r\n\r\nOct. 27: We participated in the Nuix webinar, “Early Case Assessment is Elementary, Dear Watson,” with EDRM member Michael Lappin of Nuix.\r\n\r\nOct. 27: We hosted the free EDRM webinar, “Proportionality and the New Rules,” featuring John Barkett of Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP and sponsored by LexisNexis. View the recorded webinar here.\r\n\r\nOct. 29: We participated in the 2015 5th Annual eDiscovery Leadership Conference put on by The Legal Learning Series, including a panel on the upcoming changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure with EDRM member Bill Hamilton. Special thanks to Digital WarRoom for sponsoring our presence at the conference.\r\n\r\n


Welcome New and Returning Members

\r\nWelcome to our newest EDRM members. We look forward to their participation and contributions.\r\n\r\nOrganizations:\r\n


\r\nFor a complete list of organizational members, click here. For a complete list of individual members, click here.\r\n\r\n


EDRM Events

\r\nWe will be at the following events. Please join us!\r\n


\r\nNov. 12, 1:00-2:00 pm CT\r\nEDRM webinar, “What’s Next in eDiscovery: Data Streaming,” sponsored by Ipro.\r\n\r\nNov. 17, 2015, 1:00-2:00 pm CT\r\nEDRM webinar, “Away with Words: An Investigative Approach to eDiscovery,” sponsored by LexisNexis.\r\n\r\nDec. 2, 2015, 1:00-2:00 pm CT\r\nEDRM webinar on cross-border issues, sponsored by EDT.\r\n\r\nDec. 17, 2015, noon to 1:00 pm CT\r\nACEDS webinar, “The End of The Year Webinar – Leading eDiscovery Experts Reflect on 2015 and Look Forward to 2016,” sponsored by ZyLAB.\r\n

Meetings & Conferences

\r\nDec. 1, 2015\r\nE-Discovery Day\r\n\r\nDec. 8-9, 2015\r\nAvansic’s 7th Annual End of Year CLE\r\nOklahoma City and Tusla, OK\r\n\r\nMarch 9-11, 2016\r\n5th Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference\r\nTempe Arizona\r\n\r\nMar. 30, 2016\r\n4th Annual UF Law / EDRM E-Discovery Conference\r\nGainesville, FL & online everywhere\r\n\r\n


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George Socha

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