Doing a keynote with Judge Peck at the AccessData 2017 User Summit in San Diego

ACCESS-DATA-logoThere is of course much more to the AccessData 2017 User Summit than the keynote referred to in my heading, but that is what I am chiefly going there for, so I will put it at the top.

adusersummitThe AccessData 2017 User Summit runs from 16 to 19 May at the Catamaran Resort Hotel next to the beach on San Diego’s Mission Bay. Judge Peck and I are opening the day on Thursday. We will wait and see what the beginning of 2017 brings us before deciding on our topics – one of the joys of doing these things with Judge Peck is that you can throw him anything, from predictive coding to rules changes to cross-border discovery and everything in between, and know that you will get an interesting and informed response.

The other keynote speakers are Ovie Carroll, Director, DOJ Cybercrime Lab (CCIPS), Cybercrime Lab U.S. Department of Justice Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, and Matt Coatney, Vice President of Services at Exaptive. Between us, we open three days of a very diverse agenda covering everything from deeply technical forensic subjects, through information management and to eDiscovery.

The agenda, although still subject to change, is well developed already. You can register here.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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