The second annual E-Discovery Conference at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law, held March 14 in Gainesville, Florida, came none too soon after this year’s non-stop winter. The lush, green campus and mild temps were a perfect antidote to snow—and the Levin Advocacy Center’s modern venue was right-sized for this nascent conference.

The day-long conference’s focus was “Telling The Story”—a refreshing agenda after the year’s countless programs and panels across the globe that focused on predictive coding. It was a welcome chance to talk about the tasks that litigation teams typically perform, not just the onerous, budget-busting review efforts that usually dominate program agendas.

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