Speaking Engagements

Arbitrating in a Digital World: Fair and Expeditious Management of Electronic Discovery

ACESIN’s 2015 Training

Gardere Partner Peter S. Vogel will co-present "Arbitrating in a Digital World: Fair and Expeditious Management of Electronic Discovery" on Sept. 24-25 in Washington, D.C. The course is specifically designed for arbitrators on how to manage and resolve electronic discovery issues. The program will focus on the latest trends in e-discovery including: search methodologies, privacy, social media, BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), cyber security, future rulemaking and ethical considerations. 

The course is approved for the American Arbitration Association® Arbitrator Continuing Education Credits.

To register for the course, click here.

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