Using AI in eDiscovery to Control Costs and Create Positive Outcomes
1.0 CLE Pending
There are certain parts of document collection and review that have a significant impact on both outcome and cost. This discussion will focus on identifying those levers, communicating them to your client, and the impact they can have on your law practice. We'll talk about uncovering facts, the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, potential sanctions for failure to preserve ESI, common collection problems, creating a review protocol, and more. Materials include a data collection checklist and a custodian questionnaire.
Meet your speaker: Kyle Sparks
Kyle’s 22 year career in the legal discovery profession has traversed firm and vendor leadership roles. From paper discovery in big tobacco litigation, to building a litigation support department focused on e-discovery for an AM Law 200 firm, Kyle has obtained a comprehensive understanding of the discipline. Serving as an IT and lit support manager has provided a wide scope of industry software and legal knowledge. Today, as a software and e-discovery trainer for Thomson Reuters, Kyle specializes in educating clients on all phases of the EDRM model as well as rules of civil procedure.
CLE credit pending.