WelcomeThanks for attendingThanks to keynotes, out of town, marketing department (Susie and Anna)Media presences and recording sessions8:30-9:15Opening keynote:Spoiled and Deluded: The Ugly Truth about Search and Review?Craig Ball9:15-10:30: New preservation and collection strategies: Remote Collection and Forensically-Sound Self-CollectionRobert Castonguay and Danny Garwood10:30-10:45:Networking break:Snacks10:45-12:00:Skipping the first pass review: predictive coding and advanced analytics based workflowsDavid Sharpe and Karine St-Pierre12:00-1:00:Lunch 1:00-1:45Closing Keynote:eh-Discovery: A Canadian Perspective?Duncan Fraser1:45-2:00:Closing remarksPricing, Blog, LinkedIn, etc.Draw name for PlayBook
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Craig Ball: Spoiled and Deluded: The Ugly Truth about Search and Review?I am delighted to introduce Craig Ball, a friend, a mentor, and the very best presenter on legal technology (and perhaps, since last week, the presenter on technology!)Board Certified Texas trial lawyer, Rated AV by Martindale Hubbell and named as one of the Best Lawyers in America and a Texas SuperlawyerAccredited computer forensics expertDedicated almost 30 years of legal career to teaching the bench and bar about forensic technology and trial tacticsCraig now limits his work to serving as a court-appointed special master and consultant in electronic evidenceProlific writer and lecturer on computer forensics, emerging technologies, digital persuasion and electronic discovery. Monthly column for Law Technology News called "Ball in your Court." The presentation, "Craig Ball on PowerPoint," is consistently the top rated educational program at the ABA TechShow.All that said, Craig Ball continues to put on his pants one leg at a time…
Duncan Fraser, General Counsel and Legal Lead for eDiscovery, Justice Canada. One of the rare lawyer I know of who is as fluent in law as in technologyeh-Discovery: A Canadian Perspective?In this position he is responsible for the provision of legal andstrategic advice with respect to a large and complex litigation files. Duncan worked inthe Civil Litigation and Advisory Services group in the Department of Justice, PrairieRegion, Winnipeg Office for 13 years prior to moving to Ottawa in 2009. Within hispractice Duncan has developed a particular expertise in actions and injunctions by theCrown. Duncan has extensive trial experience at the trial and appellate level in both
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