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IE Discovery

August 10, 2009 10:00 ET

IE Discovery Announces Second Annual Electronic Discovery Symposium for Government Agencies

Judge Paul W. Grimm Among Faculty of Presenters

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - August 10, 2009) - IE Discovery, a leading provider of comprehensive Discovery Management solutions to the legal community, will be presenting its 2009 Electronic Discovery Symposium for Government Agencies on October 6, 2009 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. The program is designed exclusively for government agencies and is geared to address electronic discovery issues unique to the government sector. The Symposium is highlighted by remarks from The Honorable Paul Grimm, Chief United States Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court of Maryland. Judge Grimm has written two of the most important and referenced recent opinions involving electronic discovery, Victor Stanley v. Creative Pipe and Mancia v. Mayflower.

The program agenda encompasses a wide range of topics and viewpoints from a cross-section of agencies and is designed for government attorneys, records managers, IT personnel, program managers, regulatory personnel, CIOs and others impacted by electronic discovery.

In addition to key IE Discovery personnel, the symposium faculty includes:

--  The Honorable Paul W. Grimm, Chief United States Magistrate Judge for
    the District Court of Maryland.
--  Jason R. Baron, Director of Litigation, National Archives & Records
    Administration
--  Anthony Ciccone, Program Manager, United States Department of Justice,
    Executive Office for the U.S. Attorney's Office
--  Holly R. Frost, Deputy Assistant Director, Technology & Information
    Management, Bureau of Competition, Federal Trade Commission
--  Thomas N. Ledvina, Associate General Counsel (Litigation) and
    Director, Navy Litigation Office
    

The symposium is specifically designed to help government agencies anticipate and effectively meet their electronic discovery requirements while not losing sight of the mission of their agency. "IE Discovery has spent the last two decades providing strategic advice on Discovery Management and helping government agencies centralize and standardize their information," said Chris May, CEO of IE Discovery. "We are pleased to continue this tradition through our annual government symposia."

Admission will be limited to the first 300 registrants. Only those who work directly for the federal government will be allowed to register. For more information, or to register for the 2009 Electronic Discovery Symposium for Government Agencies, please email government-info@iediscovery.com or call 703-527-2700 ext. 3035.

About IE Discovery, Inc.

IE Discovery provides comprehensive Discovery Management and other litigation support services to government agencies, corporate law departments and outside counsel who routinely manage complex, information-intensive litigation. Utilizing technological and legal expertise, IE Discovery helps clients improve their productivity and cost efficiency, and more accurately predict their litigation expenditures. IE Discovery is based in Austin, Texas, with offices in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. For additional information, visit www.iediscovery.com

Contact Information

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    IE Discovery, Inc.
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