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Philadelphia Chapter Meeting - The Benefits of User Behavior Analysis in eDiscovery Investigations

  • 13 Jun 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
  • Golkow Litigation Services One Liberty Place, Suite 5150 Philadelphia, PA 19103

he WiE Philadelphia Chapter invites you to our June 13th monthly meeting. Kindly RSVP if you plan to attend!

Come join us for "The Benefits of User Behavior Analysis in eDiscovery Investigations" presented by Shawn Huston, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of LSP Data Solutions.

Shawn is one of the leading experts on eDiscovery and data technology in the United States. His expertise spans more than twenty years of hands on application of data analytics, processing, project management and linguistic search practices for countless Fortune 500 and AMLAW 100 clients. Shawn’s project experience comprises noteworthy matters including the Enron bankruptcy litigation, Wall Street Fraud matters, Second Requests, Mesothelioma MDL, Anti-Trust litigation and others.

Shawn has written articles for multiple publications on the subject of eDiscovery technology and EDRM workflows. He has participated and led continuing legal education discussions on topics such as cyber-security, bring your own device policies (BYOD), data collection procedures and cutting edge search and analytical techniques. His passion for data privacy and artificial intelligence is a driving force behind LSP’s expert services and technology including the development of sentiment search functionality.

LSP knows how companies like Facebook are built around leveraging troves of content to learn more about their users to deliver ads. What if you could leverage the same type of information from large unstructured data sets in eDiscovery to learn more about custodians, their patterns and how they communicate?

Shawn will examine how you can identify user behavior and patterns within your eDiscovery data sets to better inform decision making for preserving and collecting data, identifying new facts, and learning how witnesses create, store and communicate for the benefit of your case.

What types of data can be used for identifying behaviors

The role of file types and locations

How email can be used to profile witnesses

The benefit of information sharing early in discovery

Beyond the investigation phase: doc review, depositions and exhibits

LSP Data Solutions is also our lunch sponsor and we thank them for that.

We would also like to thank Golkow Litigations Services for providing the meeting space.


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