The Masters Conference does more than the big annual event in Washington for which it is best known. Since Robert Childress took up the post of CEO last year, it is expanding the range and number of events around the US.
One of these events takes place in Philadelphia on 23 July. The keynote speaker is Jason Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives and Records Administration. Jason Baron’s keynote discussion is called Predictive Coding, Pizza and Religion: a Report on the DESI V Workshop in Rome.
Other subjects include titles such as Predictive Coding: What is it? What’s next? Why is it important? and Data Privacy: Issues Faced by Multinational Corporations. There are five sessions in all with speakers including Patrick Burke of Reed Smith, Pete Pepiton of Dinsmore & Shohl and Tess Blair of Morgan Lewis.