In its third year, the Masters Conference has undoubtedly matured into a resourceful and reflective assembly for discussing today’s e-discovery challenges.

This year’s Masters Conference saw a remarkable increase in attendees over last year, and there were a lucrative number of additional vendor sponsorships. The panels seemed to be more focused this year, with a healthy balance between sessions available for those with intermediate knowledge, and sessions that invited in-depth, meticulous discussions among the panelists and audience.

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