William Hamilton is a University of Florida Levin College of Law Skills Professor. Professor Hamilton teaches electronic discovery, data analytics, and complex litigation. Mr. Hamilton is also the Executive Director of the International Center for Automated Information Retrieval at the law school.
David Hazouri is a New York and Florida litigator of 22 years who has practiced within a wide range of firm environments (national, boutique, solo, virtual) and legal concentrations (complex commercial, government, mass tort, family). Between 2006 and 2008, Mr.
David Horrigan is Relativity’s Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director. An attorney, law school guest lecturer, e-discovery industry analyst, and award-winning journalist, David oversees the legal content produced at Relativity, speaks at legal and industry events, and authors articles on the intersection of law and technology,
Tessa is the founder and chair of Husch Blackwell’s eDiscovery Solutions group. A practicing attorney for 20 years, Tessa has a strong understanding of the legal, technical, and strategic aspects of eDiscovery. Tessa has served as lead eDiscovery counsel in numerous class actions,
Judge Jones was appointed a United States Magistrate Judge for the Northern District of Florida on September 10, 2010, after having served as a United States Magistrate Judge in the Middle District of Florida for ten years. Judge Jones received his B.A.
Co-leader and one of the original attorneys in Morgan Lewis’s eData practice, Scott A. Milner counsels and advises companies in electronic discovery and information governance processes and best practices. He works with Morgan Lewis’s lawyers across practice groups to tailor strategies and discovery management plans for clients around the globe,
Mike Quartararo is the managing director of eDPM Advisory Services, a consulting firm providing e-discovery, project management and legal technology professional services to law firms, corporate legal departments and service provider organizations He is also the author of the 2016 book Project Management in Electronic Discovery,
George Socha is a Managing Director in BDO’s Forensic Technology Services practice. Named an “E-Discovery Trailblazer” by The American Lawyer, he assists corporate, law firm, and governmental clients with all facets of electronic discovery, including information governance. George has served clients in a variety of industries including pharmaceutical,
Kelly Twigger is 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. Ms. Twigger’s practice includes consulting with clients on information governance and issues with electronically stored information (ESI) and acting as eDiscovery counsel for law firms,