PosseList wrapup of the Masters Conference

The PosseList has managed to get out a full report of the Masters Conference and the first part of its notes on ACC Boston whilst I have yet to note up either Judge Facciola’s eleoquent keynote address at the Masters Conference or anything about the LexisNexis conference in Singapore.

My excuse, if such be needed, is that there is only one of me and that the inordinate amount of time spent on aeroplanes recently cuts into the writing time. I do not, in any event, lay claim to journalistic timeliness. Besides, as I have already noted, Patrick Burke of Guidance Software has already written up Judge Facciola’s speech and the judicial panel at the Masters Conference and now we have the PosseList’s Masters Conference wrap-up. As that makes clear, they had “various reporters” at the conference which meant they could attend sessions which ran parallel to each other.

ACC Boston coincided with the Singapore conference, so I was not there. Part 1 of the PosseList’s notes on the presentations will fill you in on what was covered.

Ari Kaplan has interviewed Greg Bufithis, founder and chairman of the PosseLst, on Law Com’s Legal Technology Blog. The interview is in two parts as audio recordings called the PosseList Revealed Part 1 and Part 2.



About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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