Posted on: March 02, 2017in
D4 Sponsors the 11th Annual Sedona Conference Institute Program on eDiscovery: Discovery in a Dynamic Digital World
ROCHESTER, NY and HOUSTON, TX, March 1st, 2017—D4, LLC, an international leader in eDiscovery managed services, litigation support, computer forensics, document review and deposition solutions, is supporting the prestigious Sedona Conference for the fifth year.
The Sedona Conference Institute Program on eDiscovery will bring together thought leaders from law firms and the courts, technology innovators, and academic and industry experts to explore developing issues, challenges, and solutions for discovery in the digital world. D4 Founder and CEO John Holland said “as innovators in the field of eDiscovery and frequent contributors to global thought leadership, the D4 team is proud to support the Sedona Conference’s signature event on eDiscovery.”
Conference sessions will cover the latest case law, new developments in data security and protection, advanced technology, perspectives on managing eDiscovery risks and costs, and more. The Sedona Conference Institute Program on eDiscovery provides a unique, collaborative professional development opportunity for attorneys, litigation support personnel, eDiscovery service providers, and electronic records management professionals.
The conference is scheduled for March 2 – 3, 2017, at the Royal Sonesta Houston Galleria in Houston, Texas.
Learn more about the Sedona Conference.
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