I am attending The Masters Conference this week and will be posting periodic updates about the events on this blog.
I also plan to Twitter the events through my ediscoveryinfo Twitter account which will allow me to post short, frequent reports on the sessions as well as link to pictures taken at the conference. If you don’t already have a FREE Twitter account, just sign up and click the “Follow” button on the ediscoveryinfo page. (And if you’re interested in e-discovery news, be sure to also Follow the complexd Twitter account from Orange Legal Technologies.)
Tonight I got to briefly attend the “Kick-Off Party” hosted by Dan Regard of iDiscovery Solutions at his Dupont Circle home here in Washington D.C. I was able to say hello to Robert Childress of Wave Software, catch up with Kevin Carr of InterLegis, and generally rub shoulders with many of the speakers and participants at the conference.
The Conference starts tomorrow morning with a keynote address from Robert Owen, partner at Fulbright & Jaworski, LLP, as he details the findings from the just released Fulbright Fifth Annual Litigation Trends Survey.