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Making a Molehill Out of a Mountain: Tips for Handling Terabytes of Data

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DESCRIPTION

Two of the key goals for companies involved in litigation and responding to e-discovery requests are identifying the information that is relevant to understanding the case and identifying the information that is responsive to the opponent’s production requests.  This webinar will discuss strategies that should help a litigant accomplish these goals while minimizing the costs and burdens associated with managing a large volume of data.

Using early case assessment tools and review workflow techniques, the case team may be able to prioritize the review and production, reducing the massive volume of data to a more manageable level, and thereby reducing time and cost.

Educational Objectives:
• Ways to identify relevant data sources;
• Techniques for identifying potentially responsive data; 
• A description of new technologies and how to use data analytics tools, such as “technology assisted review;”
• Considerations in selecting an e-discovery partner/vendor;
• Suggestions for good practices, including documentation and cooperation.

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
Litigators involved in discovery, particularly the review and production of data, in federal and state courts.


SPEAKERS

KIM LEFFERT, COUNSEL, MAYER BROWN

Ms. Kim Leffert is a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group at Mayer Brown LLP.  She is also a member of the Electronic Discovery and Information Governance action group.  Ms. Leffert has substantial experience assisting clients with the preservation, collection, review, and production of electronic documents in litigation.  She also helps clients prepare document retention policies and procedures and records management programs, as well as develop electronic discovery programs.

Ms. Leffert is licensed to practice in Illinois and several federal district and appellate courts.  She earned her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and her B.A. from Cornell University.


PATRICK GARBE, E-DISCOVERY KNOWLEDGE AND STRATEGY MANAGER, MAYER BROWN

Mr. Patrick Garbe is Mayer Brown’s E-Discovery Knowledge and Strategy Manager.  Mr. Garbe is a former paralegal with thirty years of experience in discovery services, legal management, and paralegal support.  He works heavily on investigations, discovery matters, and trial preparation.  Mr. Garbe consults with clients and legal teams on the complexities of e-discovery and information governance.  He is a member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Services department and the Electronic Discovery and Information Governance action group.


MARK NOEL, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, CATALYST

Mr. Mark Noel is a Managing Director of Professional Services at Catalyst, where he specializes in helping clients use technology-assisted review, advanced analytics, and custom workflows to handle complex and large-scale litigations.  Before joining Catalyst, Mr. Noel was a member of the Acuity team at FTI Consulting, co-founded an e-discovery software startup, and was an intellectual property litigator with Latham & Watkins LLP.