Top Tips for Successfully Managing a Document Review Project
Document review is expensive. In the average case, review accounts for 70% to 80% of total eDiscovery costs. In this session, we will provide tips and best practices you can easily implement in your next document review project to ensure it finishes on time and within budget.
Lunch is being sponsored by NightOwl Discovery.
1 CLE credit will be applied for in Minnesota.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, May 8th, 2018. If you are not sure you can attend, please respond with a "Maybe."
Kelly Atherton, NightOwl Discovery’s Director of Analytics and Review, is an experienced attorney licensed in the state of Minnesota. She brings with her prior experience in complex business litigation in state and federal courts. Kelly has substantial experience writing, speaking, and advising clients on and managing complex analytics, TAR, and document review projects, which have involved developing and implementing advanced workflows and trainings, streamlining areas for improvement in process and procedure, and managing quality and performance.
Cameron Tschannen, NightOwl Discovery’s Review Manager, is responsible for managing the review of electronic data at the direction of, and in consultation with, legal teams in an accurate and cost-effective manner. With years of experience centered-around e-discovery review and litigation support, Cameron has facilitated document review and analysis for a variety of purposes across a breadth of practice areas. Cameron received his juris doctorate from the University of St. Thomas—School of Law, and is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and Illinois.
DRESS FOR SUCCESS
Please bring your donation to the May 10th Women in eDiscovery Meeting.
Dress for Success accepts the following gently used clothing: Interview appropriate suits and blouses, professional separates including blouses, slacks, skirts, dresses, blazers and jackets. Work appropriate shoes, handbags, jewelry & scarves, Scrubs, and Professional Maternity Wear.
Many clients go directly to an interview, so please ensure that all donated items are ready to wear, not more than 5 years old and suitable for wearing to job interviews.