Join the ACEDS Jacksonville Chapter for a virtual lunch and learn
About this event
The percentage of the connected population utilizing emoji in the workplace has increased from 33% in 2016 to 77% today. More than 26 million custom emoji have been created in Slack and the use of emoji in Teams is universal, revolutionizing the way we communicate. Some employees have entire discussions in emoji, and it only takes one emoji to change the meaning of a message. This sessions gives an overview of the benefits, challenges and risks associated with emoji (including case law) and provides practical solutions for the problems emoji present.
Matt Mahon has 15 years of experience supporting organizations with information governance and eDiscovery strategies including litigation hold, preservation, collection, data processing, review and production. Matt delivers CLE presentations, and is a frequent speaker and writer on topics including emoji, internet of things, information governance and eDiscovery. Matt earned his B.A. in Mathematics and Applied Sciences from UC San Diego and is certified as an eDiscovery Specialist and Information Governance Professional.
Suzanne Clark is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Law, and is Of Counsel at Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C. where she serves as Discovery Counsel for the firm’s Mass Torts Section. Suzanne works remotely from Jacksonville, Florida, for the firm's Montgomery, Alabama office.
After graduating law school in 2002, Suzanne practiced in the area of commercial litigation, and in 2013 she entered the field of eDiscovery. Since 2017, Suzanne has focused her eDiscovery legal practice on the Plaintiff’s side, serving as Discovery Co-counsel assisting merits counsel with discovery advocacy and evidence management, especially discovery and management of electronically stored information (ESI). She has also taught eDiscovery at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, through the fully online Master of Studies in Law program.
Suzanne has earned the Certified eDiscovery Specialist designation from the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) and the Mass-Tort MDL Certificate from the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke University School of Law. Suzanne serves on the Chapter Board of ACEDS Jacksonville, and is a Global Advisory Council Member for the EDRM - Electronic Discovery Reference Model. She also serves on the Planning Committee for the UF Law eDiscovery Conference held each March.