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E-Discovery Case Law from Wisconsin and Beyond
February 18 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
How do recent court decisions affect your job and your lives on a daily basis? Whether you’re a litigation support professional, paralegal, attorney, or frankly anyone who goes online, you’ll want to join the ACEDS Wisconsin Chapter as we welcome Wisconsin and Colorado-licensed attorney Kelly Twigger, principal of ESI Attorneys and founder of the software firm, eDiscovery Assistant, and Washington, DC-licensed attorney David Horrigan, discovery counsel and legal education director at Relativity, as they examine important case law developments from the Badger State and Beyond, including important topics such as data collection, preservation and proportionality in e-discovery, mobile data, social media, and more.
Kelly Twigger is a Discovery Strategist and the Principal of ESI Attorneys, one of the first law firms in the country dedicated to advising clients on issues in electronic discovery, open records and FOIA, compliance and information management. Kelly’s practice includes consulting with clients on information governance and issues with electronically stored information and acting as eDiscovery counsel for law firms, corporations and municipalities. In 2014, the Wisconsin State Bar recognized Kelly as a Legal Innovator for her development of the eDiscovery Assistant™, a web based curated eDiscovery research tool and learning center that allows users to conduct ediscovery specific research and meet their ethical obligations to be up to date on ediscovery practices. Kelly is also a co-author of Electronic Discovery and Records and Information Management, a legal resource book updated annually and published by West, a nationally recognized speaker, writer, and go-to expert on eDiscovery and information management issues. She is a regular guest lecturer at law schools across the country, blogger and ediscovery columnist for Above the Law.
David Horrigan is discovery counsel and legal education director at Relativity. An attorney, award-winning journalist, and former legal technology industry analyst, David has served as analyst and counsel at 451 Research, reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and counsel at the Entertainment Software Association. A law school guest lecturer and legal media contributor, David has been cited in The American Lawyer, American Public Media, Bloomberg BNA, Corporate Counsel, JUVE (Germany), The Wall Street Journal CIO Journal, The Washington Examiner, among others, and he has been cited in law reviews and journals of Emory University, Northwestern University, Yale University, and others. David serves on the Cardozo Data Law Initiative Board of Advisors at Cardozo Law School and the Editorial Advisory Board of Legaltech News. He holds a juris doctor from the University of Florida, studied international law at Universiteit Leiden in the Netherlands, and is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia.