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Conference Recap – “Hot Topics in E-Discovery”

Attendees of “Hot Topics in E-Discovery,” an advanced E-Discovery conference hosted by Suffolk University Law School, gained invaluable insight on Friday, as a panel of four National E-Discovery attorneys and two Massachusetts judges addressed a wide range of issues relating to technology and the law. The format was lively and engaging, and included a Mock Rule 26 role playing exercise, reviews of recent social media and preservation case law, and several opportunities for the panelists to field questions from the audience.

eLessons Learned was there to capture it all, with live tweets, pictures and more! Read below for a snapshot of our coverage, and click here to tap eLessons Learned as the official blog of YOUR next event!

The Panel

From left: Shannon Capone Kirk, Esq.; Ruth Hauswirth, Esq.; Mollie C. Nichols, Esq.; Fernando M. Pinguelo, Esq.; Hon. Peter M. Lauriat, Associate Justice, Massachusetts Superior Court; Hon. Timothy Hillman, United States District Court Judge for the District of Massachusetts

Here’s a sample of our real-time tweets from the conference. Are you on Twitter? Follow us at @eLLblog_dot_com!

We’re at @Suffolk_Law covering “Hot Topics in eDiscovery” – stay tuned for live updates, pictures and more! http://bit.ly/PDYtYM

8:42 AM – 5 Oct 12 · Details


The “Hot Topics in eDiscovery” Panel conducts a Mock Rule 26 on “Review Choices” #ediscovery pic.twitter.com/DHmHAJlD

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9:53 AM – 5 Oct 12 · Details


Panelist Fernando M. Pinguelo, Esq. addresses privacy issues relating to social media #ediscovery pic.twitter.com/16HLRK8B

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11:05 AM – 5 Oct 12 · Details



Panelist Shannon Capone Kirk, Esq. addresses recent case law pertaining to social media #ediscovery pic.twitter.com/JTMeeLu0

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12:01 PM – 5 Oct 12 · Details

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