- Top cases on ediscovery summarized--how we got here
- The practical problem: how do you meet your burdens without bankrupting both parties?
- Practical tips for using the new rules to greatly reduce the discovery burden
- Using several remote access tools to manage your computer remotely (Dave Yavitz)
- Practical tips from an IT guy who gets the business side on how to simplify (John Ahlberg)
- Ethical concerns of using remote services--better read that privacy agreement (Judge Bob Moss)
- Vista: more stable than XP, a little better design, 3d-party software not ready yet
- Mac: great, slick, but expensive. Some software won't run on it, but very little
- Linux: example, Zonbu PC. Cheap, does what you need, no IT hassles
- How-to tips (text callouts, diagramming, timelines, etc.) to be posted soon (some already below)
- Detox your slides--no clutter, abandon bullets where possible, use plain backgrounds.
- Use the evidence in PowerPoint, not characterizations
- Increase throughput by using summaries, like timelines
- Think strategically. Ask what the goal is and let that drive the presentation
Several other presentations I saw, all good. Will be adding them too.
I'll continue to revise this post somewhat over the next few days.