Ralph Artigliere was Circuit Judge for the 10th Judicial Circuit for seven years following a 24-year career as a trial lawyer handling primarily medical malpractice and product liability cases. Artigliere was Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by The Florida Bar and was the 2008 “Florida Board Certified Lawyer of the Year.” He is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
With 20 years of experience focused on investigations involving complex technologies, Jerry is hired in regulatory response scenarios for corporations, trade secret disputes involving allegations of document misappropriation and data exfiltration, and as a testifying computer forensics expert witness for law firms.
Suzanne Clark is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Law, and is Of Counsel at Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. where she serves as Discovery Counsel for the firm’s Mass Torts Section. Suzanne works remotely from Jacksonville,
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 Horrigan is discovery counsel and legal education director at Relativity. An attorney, law school guest lecturer, award-winning journalist, and former legal industry analyst, David leads Relativity’s legal education and analyst relations programs. He serves on the Global Advisory Board of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS),
Tessa has been practicing law at Husch Blackwell LLP for 28 years where she is a partner and co-chair of the firm’s eDiscovery Solutions group. Tessa has a strong understanding of the legal, technical, and strategic aspects of eDiscovery. She has served as lead eDiscovery counsel in numerous class actions and has led eDiscovery efforts for numerous companies that were the target of investigations by the Department of Justice,
Rose is a Partner and King & Spalding’s Global Director of e-Discovery Project Management and Technology and co-leads the firm’s E-Discovery practice which was identified as one of the top e-discovery and information governance practices in the country by Chambers USA and Legal 500.
Judge Jones has served as a United States Magistrate Judge for 22 years, first for the Middle District of Florida and then for the past 11 years for the Northern District of Florida. Judge Jones currently also serves as a magistrate judge in the District of Columbia through an intercircuit assignment and as a magistrate judge on recall for the Southern District of New York.
Scott Milner is a Chambers ranked litigator and legal entrepreneur who has practiced at the intersection of law, technology, and design for nearly two decades. Scott is the co-leader and one of the original attorneys of Morgan Lewis’s eData practice,
Mike Quartararo is the President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the world’s leading organization for training and certification in e-discovery. For more than 10 years, ACEDS has trained lawyers, paralegals and other legal support professionals at law firms,
For the past 25 years, Dan Regard has stood as a visionary and vanguard for domestic and global issues revolving around the use of data analytics.
His experience as a consultant and respected subject matter expert continues to make him a sought-after speaker,
As senior director at ACEDS, Maribel is responsible for local chapter, membership, event management, and strategic partner engagement. A seasoned professional who has helped brands and businesses connect with their audiences and achieve their goals, her breadth of experience, strategic and creative abilities unlock innovation and bring business ideas to life.
George Socha is responsible for increasing market awareness and adoption of Reveal’s platform globally. Additionally, George is tasked with guiding the product roadmap and consulting with Reveal customers on effective deployment of legal technology. In 2005, he co-founded the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) whose frameworks and content have empowered a generation of legal professionals.
Recognized by Corporate eDiscovery in 2018 as one of the voices driving the conversation in ediscovery, Kelly Twigger is a practicing attorney, software developer, blogger, author, and speaker on issues in electronic discovery and legal technology. As Principal at ESI Attorneys,