Florida Dispute Resolution Conference 2018: Christopher Hopkins Discusses ESI/E-Discovery for Mediators AND Cyber Security and Data Breach for Mediators

Arbitration Mediation

Thanks to the Florida Dispute Resolution Conference for inviting me to speak at the 2018 conference.

Topics covered:

25 ESI and E-Discovery Terms for Mediators in 75 minutes

and

Cybersecurity and Data Breach for Mediators.

You can download the presentations here and here.

If you would like CME points, you can purchase the recordings here.

Data Breach
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