Join ESI Analyst in Atlanta for The Master’s Conference
Emerging Data Sources: Connecting the Dots for Disparate Data
This year is Atlanta, Georgia’s first Master’s Conference, and we are looking forward to not only educating on our popular conference topic, but learning how Atlanta has been managing their own solutions for these complex investigation and discovery challenges. The needs of legal professionals are constantly evolving, and so too are the electronic discovery tools and workflows designed to manage these changes. Join Atlanta-based industry experts and innovators as they discuss practices and solutions to take on this new era of emerging data at the first Atlanta 3000 Masters Conference on November 19th at 3:00 PM at Seyfarth Shaw, 1075 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta Georgia.
The Masters Conference panel “Emerging Data Sources: Connecting the Dots for Disparate Data,” moderated by ESI Analyst’s Chief Strategy Officer Rick Clark, will discuss various types of often overlooked sources of ESI in discovery and investigations and identify how each can be connected to tell a better story. The panel will discuss the challenges of data types spanning sources such as #Slack, WhatsApp, geolocation, text messages, accounting data and more. The session has been best served with a mix of attorneys, forensic analysts, and consultants, and our Atlanta experts bring to the table their unique solutions and industry perspectives.
The panel will discuss the challenges of data types spanning sources such as #Slack, WhatsApp, geolocation, text messages, accounting data and even data residing in a data lake.
Meet the speakers:
Sherry Hicks is an eDiscovery Analyst at Equifax Information Security Department and will be speaking on how high volumes and various forms of data may reside in a data lake and how these data may be managed for investigations and discovery.
Lea C. Dearing, shareholder at Berman Fink Van Horn, is a commercial attorney with extensive experience assisting businesses with a wide range of issues and disputes, including internal investigations, employment matters, and construction and real estate claims. She is also an expert in eDiscovery consulting, and has advised clients on the best methods of handling the eDiscovery life cycle.
With over 20 years of experience in the litigation support industry, Authur McCullum is an expert in complex eDiscovery solutions. Prior to founding Infinite eDiscovery Solutions, Authur pushed for innovation when he served as Vice President of Excel Business Solutions, where he created the company’s eDiscovery department.
Greg Freemyer has submitted Expert Reports in Federal cases and has been accepted as an Expert Witness in Federal Civil Court and for ESI Collection. With over 10 years of experience as a Testifying Computer Expert, he has led and participated in numerous investigations to determine the nature and scope of computer incidents and any potential data loss and is primarily focused on issues related to Intellectual Property Theft.
The Masters Conference Emerging Data Sources: Connecting the Dots for Disparate Data is scheduled to start at 3:00 PM ET on November 19th. The event is located at the offices of Seyfarth Shaw LLC: 1075 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, Georgia.
About The Master’s Conference
The Master’s Conference mission is to build legal learning environment by creating a safe symposium where experts from various industries discuss current legal, technological and industry developments in multiple focused jurisdictions. Their one of a kind boutique educational forum is where a select group of speakers, vendors, and attendees convene to engage in a proactive collaboration on current challenges in the legal space. As a global legal conference, Masters Conference takes the lead to differentiate itself while consistently raising the bar as the most well-respected conference in the legal technology industry.
About ESI Analyst
ESI Analyst empowers digital investigators, legal teams and their clients to quickly isolate and extract relevant information and actionable intelligence from a wide variety of ESI in order to speed strategy development and improve matter collaboration, while reducing overall case costs.
ESI Analyst balances the scales of legal discovery by enabling every case or investigation to have access to technological review of case data, regardless of case value. Arrange a demonstration today.
We look forward to seeing you in Atlanta!