Reusing Collections and Review Work Product across Matters

Price: $0 OnDemand

Thomas Seymour
Senior Advisor, Redgrave LLP
Gregory Buckles
Founder & Principal Consultant, eDJ Group Inc.
Mark Noel
Managing Director for Professional Services, Catalyst Repository Systems


This is a complimentary program sponsored by Catalyst.

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Join Bloomberg BNA, Catalyst, eDJ Group and Redgrave LLP for a CLE program on the pain points and best practices of creating an efficient, reportable eDiscovery lifecycle.  Our panel will discuss processes and technologies that enable a cross-matter approach, including multi-matter repositories and technology assisted review.  Join us for this best practices program, designed for anyone who needs to report on review spend and legal budgets.

Educational Objectives:
Program attendees will learn about:
• Managing risk and costs in litigation and compliance;
• Recent survey results on enterprise discovery practices;
• Technology that makes the eDiscovery process more efficient, and how to incorporate it into organizational workflows;
• Leveraging work product across matters to control data volume and cost.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Corporate and in-house counsel; C-suite executives responsible for making decisions regarding litigation; outside counsel advising companies on eDiscovery matters; eDiscovery professionals of all levels; litigation support professionals.

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Mr. Thomas Seymour brings more than 14 years of experience to his role as a Senior Advisor at Redgrave LLP. He is a seasoned information governance professional and has extensive experience with eDiscovery project management, data collection, and computer forensics, working with both corporate and law firm clients on complex issues.  Mr. Seymour’s unique understanding of the significance technology plays in information governance and eDiscovery makes him an invaluable addition to cross-functional teams at Redgrave LLP.  He holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute. He is also a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and ARMA International.  Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Mr. Seymour worked with UnitedLex Corporation as their Managing Director of eDiscovery Professional Services, Huron Consulting Group as an Associate and Redgrave Daley Ragan & Wagner LLP as an Analyst.  He received a B.A. from the University of Kansas and a Masters in Management Information Systems (MMIS) from Friends University.



Mr. Greg Buckles is the founder and principal consultant of the eDJ Group, covering the Information Governance and eDiscovery markets.  His research and consulting focus on the intersection of enterprise technology and discovery.  He has over 25 years of experience in roles spanning law enforcement, legal service provider, corporate legal, law firm and legal software design.  This deep and diverse background combines with constant exposure to the discovery challenges of Fortune 500 and AmLaw 200 clients to provide a unique industry perspective.  He blogs and manages the eDJGroupInc.com online research engine and discovery knowledge portal focusing on independent perspective and expert opinion.



Mr. Mark Noel is the Managing Director for Professional Services at Catalyst Repository Systems based in Denver, Colorado, where he helps clients use technology assisted review, advanced analytics and custom workflows to handle complex and large-scale litigation.  He was previously a director in FTI Consulting's technology practice where he worked with Acuity, FTI’s all-in-one legal document review service offering.  Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Noel founded Aranetic LLC, an electronic discovery software startup focused on building light and fast cloud-based tools for document processing, review, and production. Before that, he was a litigation associate with Latham & Watkins in both Washington, DC and New York, NY. During his time at Latham & Watkins, his practice focused on intellectual property litigation and counseling—principally patent litigation. Prior to law school, Mr. Noel spent seven years working for several research groups at Dartmouth College, including the Interactive Media Laboratory and the Institute for Security Technology Studies. His work focused on how people use technology to learn, and included developing new network-based multimedia simulation and training systems for various military and civilian agencies. Mr. Noel graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin Law School, and from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in physics and minors in social and organizational psychology.