TechLaw Crossroads is happy to announce a new partnership with ediscovery service provider PageOne to sponsor a series of Roundtables to discuss burning issues in the ediscovery space. The idea is to bring together Lit Tech support personal, litigators (yes lawyers are invited ) and paralegals, among others, to talk about what’s working and to network in a relaxed setting.Lunch will be provided and we plan to offer an agenda in advance. We also welcome participants to submit topics to us as they arise.We all have good ideas and can learn from one another in a rapidly evolving space. We ask only that you come with the mindset that (a) there are no bad ideas and (b) all egos will be left at the door. We also ask that you come prepare to offer ideas and thoughts and if you like, even some humor. PageOne has been doing these for some time and by combining efforts within TechLaw Crossroads, we hope to broaden the appeal and converasation.The next roundtable will be at the offices of Taft Stettinius & Hollister in Indianapolis on May 29th. We plan to discuss the following topics:*Emojis. How is your firm handling them in discovery? Tech to identify them correctly?*Cell phone discovery / Social Media Capturing. (FRE 902(13) and FRE 902 (14))?*Best CyberSecurity Practices / ways your firm is protecting itself from bad actors?*Selling A.I., Analytics, Predictive Coding to your clients…best practices and what’s working?*Moving client data to cloud—Infrastructure / SAAS…what’s everyone doing?Of course, Chatham House Rules will apply. Interested? Want an invitation? Contact me at email@example.com or Rich Smith of PageOne at firstname.lastname@example.orgWe look forward to your thoughts and ideas!