Please join the ACEDS Ohio Chapter for our first educational event – “eDiscovery in Ohio.” This event promises to be informative for both Litigators and Support Professionals. Registration deadline is Monday, September 2nd. Due to limited space, registration is required and limited to the first 100 registrants.
**IMPORTANT Parking options listed at the bottom of this page**
9:30am – 10:00am: Registration and Introduction
10:00am – 11:00am: Federal and Ohio eDiscovery Rules and Case Law
Speakers / Panelists: Chief Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Preston Deavers, United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of Ohio; Doug Matthews, Esq., Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP; Bryan Faller, Esq., Honda North America, Inc.; Trischa Chapman, Esq., Baker Hostetler
Session Details: This session will explore Federal and Ohio eDiscovery Rules and recent eDiscovery Case Law in Ohio federal and state courts. This session will explore rules and case law on preservation, proportionality, transparency, and waiver of privilege.
11:00am – 11:15am: Break
11:15am – 12:15am: eDiscovery Tools and Services
Moderator: Julie Richer, Legal Operations & Discovery Manager, American Electric Power (AEP)
Speakers / Panelists: Deb Voronkov, Vice President Records Management, Legal, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Andrew Keck, CTO & Cyber Security Consultant, Profile Discovery; Tyler Haney, Discovery Consultant, Legility; Mike McDonald, Senior Litigation Support Coordinator, Baker Hostetler; Julie Brown, Litigation Technology Manager, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP; Dave Ruel, Senior Product Manager, Heureka Software
Session Details: This panel of industry experts will discuss a variety of eDiscovery technologies and services available to Ohio litigators and support professionals. Many solutions now exist in the market and evaluating them is a challenge. Knowing what questions to ask can help you understand the process and any limitations. Drawing from years of expertise this panel will provide valuable insight to help you tailor the overall approach for effective case management. This panel will discuss the pros and cons of using various services and technologies.
12:15am – 12:45pm: Break
12:45pm – 2:45pm: eDiscovery Workshop and lunch
Moderator: Geoff Wilcox, Managing Director, UnitedLex & Adjunct Professor of Law at The Ohio State University
Session Details: In this workshop, attendees will break into teams and engage in an eDiscovery problem solving session. Teams will be provided a scenario involving the identification and collection of electronic discovery. Each team will discuss the challenges, identify opportunities and design the best plan to identify and collect relevant information. Teams will report out their solutions to all attendees. Participant takeaway: an understanding of the purpose, process and practical considerations of identification and collection within the overall eDiscovery project. Effective identification means the right ESI is collected.
2:45pm – 3:00pm: Closing
This course has been approved by the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on Continuing Legal Education for 4:00 total CLE hour(s) instruction. A 4-hour Certificate of Attendance will be provided for CEDS recertification for all ACEDS-certified attendees. Additionally, a 4-hour Certificate of Attendance will be provided, upon request, for attending paralegals.
Generously Sponsored by: Capital University Law School, The Gnoêsis Group, Legility, and ProFile Discovery
- Handicap parking is available in the parking lot behind the Law School on Capital Street.
- Grant Medical Center parking garage located at 131 S. Grant Ave ($10 flat rate).
- Capital Plaza Garage located at 50 S. Young Street ($9.00 daily max) Entrances for this garage are on Capital and Oak Streets.
- 4th and Capital surface lot located at 31 Fourth Street ($8 daily max).
- Orange Garage located at 393 E Town Street ($10 daily max).
- Columbus Metropolitan Library garage located at 391 Library Park N ($10 daily max).