5 Things Every Legal Pro Should Know About Managed Review

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Meet The Speakers

Keira Campbell
Associate, Jones Day
Kathryn L. Hardie
Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting


This is a complimentary program sponsored by FTI Consulting.

FTI Consulting

Managed review has emerged as a popular eDiscovery option for corporations and law firms. Managed review offerings are handled by a single provider, under one contract, and can cover all EDRM steps from identification through production.  In other instances, some but not all portions of the process are bundles.  The key characteristics of these offerings is that review capability is combined with technology products and services such as data processing, hosting, and productions or exports.

When utilized correctly, managed review can generate numerous benefits to reduce the cost and frustration of eDiscovery and document review by giving a service provider an incentive to reduce cost and to control enough steps in the process to eliminate inefficiencies.

This program will cover the top five issues that legal professionals should consider when evaluating their own eDiscovery process.

Educational Objectives:
• Understand the importance of global data privacy laws in the e-discovery process
• Learn how regulatory responses – FCPA investigations or HSR “Second Requests” – require  different managed review processes
• Understand the role that technology plays in reducing costs with managed review, specifically analytics and predictive coding
• Key questions to ask your managed review team to ensure collaboration with the law firm, reducing redundant work and sharing important data in real-time
• How to gauge the quality of review attorneys

Who would benefit most from attending this program?
In-house counsel and law firms focused on global matters, including FCPA investigations and HSR Second Requests; any professionals responsible for eDiscovery.

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Keira Campbell, Associate, Jones Day

Ms. Keira Campbell’s practice is devoted to antitrust and competition law.  She represents clients in mergers and investigations before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Justice (DOJ) Antitrust Divisions, and state attorneys general.  Ms. Campbell has guided clients through all phases of antitrust review processes.  She has represented clients in a range of industries including consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, pet food, major household appliances, and radio.  She has additional antitrust experience providing counseling on distribution and trade association matters, representing clients in FTC and DOJ conduct investigations, and cross-border filings.  Ms. Campbell practiced for a number of years in Australia representing clients in cross-border transactions and in complex antitrust litigation before the federal courts of Australia at both the trial and appellate levels.

Kathryn L. Hardie, Senior Managing Director, FTI Consulting

Ms. Kathryn L. Hardie is a senior managing director in the FTI Technology practice, and is based in Washington, DC. With over 21 years of experience in litigation support, electronic discovery and channel management, Ms. Hardie specializes in technical solutions to both law firms and corporations. Ms. Hardie’s area of expertise has been in mergers and acquisitions with an emphasis on the Hart Scott Rodino process and second request compliance. Ms. Hardie has worked with the top global law firms and Fortune 100 corporations guiding technical needs for government compliance. Ms. Hardie has also worked with several major corporations and their outside counsel in matters related to anti-trust violation in response to Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice subpoenas. Ms. Hardie has also worked directly with government agencies in the delivery of data productions for compliance determination. Ms Hardie has also been engaged in matters related to the European Commission competition investigations of several US and EEC based corporations.