March 2023 Highlights
The Sedona Conference® Working Group SeriesSM was established to pursue in-depth study of tipping point issues in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, intellectual property rights, and data security and privacy law, with the goal of producing high-quality, nonpartisan commentary and guidance of immediate, practical benefit to the bench and bar.
A national drive to promote open and forthright information sharing, dialogue (internal and external), training and the development of practical tools to facilitate cooperative, collaborative, transparent discovery.
Announcing Publication of The Sedona Conference TAR Case Law Primer, Second Edition, Public Comment Version
WG1 welcomes 2 new members to the Steering Committee; Claudia Morgan appointed as Vice Chair
Announcing Publication of the Framework for Analysis for the Efficient Resolution of Disputes before the Forthcoming European Unified Patent Court, Public Comment Version
Announcing Publication of the SEP/Frand Framework (US Edition) Public Comment Version
Announcing Publication of The Sedona Conference Primer on Managing Electronic Discovery in Small Cases, Public Comment Version
Publication Announcement - WG10 Streamlining Lower-Value Patent Cases – Public Comment Version
Announcing Publication of The Sedona Conference Journal Volume 23
The Sedona Conference (TSC) recognizes the value of all voices, and diversity is at the heart of its mission. TSC's core purpose of fostering innovative legal thought and providing recommendations, principles and other guidance on "tipping point" legal issues relies on a broad review process involving its entire membership. This breadth of review, in turn, relies on the diversity of TSC's membership: not simply the diversity of opinions on all sides of a particular position, but also the diversity of background and experience that shapes and influences the unique perspective of each member.