I am just off the plane after the Masters Conference in Washington. This is a conference which gets better every year and there is a lot to write about. I was on a panel on early case assessment led by Craig Ball, and had my own panel with an English and an Australian judge. I went to a really good Women in eDiscovery panel, to one on judicial expectations, and to one of the best cross-border sessions I have heard. As always, there were people to meet, and parties and dinners to attend.
It would be good to settle down and write it all up at once, but I am doing a big seminar about the eDisclosure Practice Direction in London tomorrow with Dominic Regan and another on Monday with Master Whitaker. It may take a while to catch up.