Gibbons Director Mark Sidoti Selected For Prestigious E-Discovery Posts
April 26, 2012
Mark S. Sidoti, Chair of Gibbons P.C.’s nationally recognized E-Discovery Task Force, has been invited to serve on the faculty of the eDiscovery and Digital Conference at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University in May 2012. Mr. Sidoti has also been selected to be an instructor at Georgetown Law School’s prestigious eDiscovery Training Academy in the late spring of 2012. In addition, Mr. Sidoti will serve on the Board of Editors for upcoming editions of Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence, the leading treatise on e-discovery. Mr. Sidoti is one of the preeminent practitioners in the complex, still-evolving field of electronic discovery.
The eDiscovery and Digital Conference is being organized by the Arizona State University and respected e-discovery authority Michael Arkfeld. The Conference will cover many aspects of e-discovery and technology in modern practice, and Mr. Sidoti will instruct in several areas. The keynote speaker of the conference will be the Honorable John M. Facciola, United States Magistrate Judge from the District of Columbia. The conference runs from May 23 through May 25, 2012 at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona. For more information, please see
Georgetown Law’s eDiscovery Training Academy is a challenging week-long, total-immersion curriculum on the subject of e-discovery, featuring a renowned faculty presenting a customized, interactive instructional agenda. The course faculty and advisors include prominent e-discovery authorities from the judiciary and bar, including federal magistrate judges, the Hon. Paul Grimm and the Hon. John M. Facciola; Michael Arkfeld; Craig Ball; and Tom O’Connor. The eDiscovery Training Academy runs from June 3 through June 8, 2012 at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
Michael Arkfeld, one of the most respected experts in electronic discovery, recently invited Mr. Sidoti to serve as an editor of his seminal treatise Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence. The Arkfeld Treatise and companion practice guides are recognized throughout the e-discovery field as the leading authoritative texts in the discipline, having been cited as “an indispensable reference manual for a trial lawyer” and “by far the best legal technology resource available on the market for lawyers” by e-discovery professionals.