e-Discovery Virtual Conference
May 20, 2021 | VIRTUAL
Electronic discovery continues to grow in importance. This is due to the proliferation of electronically stored information (ESI) and the mission of M-19-21 that mandates all permanent government records be stored electronically by the end of 2022. ESI includes emails, documents, databases, voicemail, audio/video files, social media posts, and web site content. eDiscovery refers to discovery in legal proceedings to include litigation, government investigations and FOIA requests, where the target information is stored electronically.
DGI’s new virtual eDiscovery Conference will explore the policies, applications and technologies impacting public sector electronic discovery.
Judge Paul. W. Grimm, District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, will discuss “Admissibility of Artificial Intelligence Evidence.”