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New York City Chapter Meeting - Benchmarking in eDiscovery

  • 13 Sep 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
  • McKool Smith 1 Bryant Park New York, NY 10036

Title: eDiscovery Benchmarking

Time: noon – 1:30pm

Location: McKool Smith

1 Bryant Park

New York, NY 10036

For Women in eDiscovery’s September meeting, Consilio will be sponsoring a panel on Benchmarking in eDiscovery including Sarah Cole, Director of Discovery Solutions at Consilio, Olivia Gonzalez, Process Management Specialist at Prudential Financial, and Catherine Casey, Global Director of eDiscovery and Practice Technology at Gibson Dunn.

In eDiscovery, developing and using benchmarks is as important as it is overlooked. Benchmarks are key process, cost, and time metrics that can be used to plan a new eDiscovery project or evaluate an existing one. Our panel will delve into important eDiscovery benchmarks used by law firm, corporate, and vendor litigation support departments. The panel will explore what benchmarks are tracked, how they are tracked, and how they are used to more accurately predict costs and time, and management and improve the eDiscovery process.

Our Panelists:

Sarah Cole, J.D. | Director, Discovery Solutions Consulting, Consilio

Sarah serves as a Director in the Discovery Solutions Consulting Group at Consilio. A subject matter expert in electronic discovery review, analytics, and predictive coding technologies, Sarah specializes in building efficiencies, advanced solutions, and dictating best practice. Sarah holds the designation of Relativity Master, ranking her expertise in the Relativity platform within the top 0.001% of Relativity users.

Olivia R. Gonzales | Process Managment Specialist, Prudential Insurance Company of America

Olivia R. Gonzalez is a Process Management Specialist at The Prudential Insurance Company of America. As part of the Discovery Services Team, Olivia collaborates with in-house and outside counsel to provide quality-controlled, efficient and defensible discovery management services for all litigation and regulatory matters throughout the Company. She manages all aspects of discovery, from preservation through to collection, review and production. She is also responsible for managing Prudential’s litigation hold process and database, the review and production of responses to civil and governmental third-party subpoenas and various vendor relationships.

Catherine "Cat" Casey | Global Director of Practice Support, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP

Cat is the Global Director of Practice Support for Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP, specializing in eDiscovery, compliance, data analytics, information governance and cybersecurity. Cat has over a decade and a half of experience assisting clients with the complex eDiscovery and forensic needs that arise from litigation, expansive regulation and complex contractual relationships.

Our host for this event is: McKool Smith

Lunch for this event is sponsored by Consilio - thank you!




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