Helen Geib

Helen Geib is Of Counsel for Hoover Hull Turner LLP. Her deep knowledge of eDiscovery law and practice was gained over many years of experience as a litigator and eDiscovery consultant. Helen has published numerous articles on topics in eDiscovery and legal technology for a wide variety of publications including Legaltech News, The Indiana Lawyer, ACEDS and Corporate Counsel Business Journal. In 2019, she was recognized as eDiscovery Professional of the Year by the Indianapolis Bar Association. Helen obtained her JD, summa cum laude, from The John Marshall Law School and is a member of the bar of the State of Indiana and the US District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. She serves on the board of the Women in eDiscovery Indianapolis chapter, which she launched in 2017.

Reinventing eDiscovery: Process Innovation Takeaways from the ACEDS Chicago Chapter Meeting

The problems are well known: ever-increasing data volumes; emerging data sources; underutilized eDiscovery technology tools; and insufficient documentation. Process innovation is a key part of the solution. Workflows, technology and …

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Translation, Participation and Education are the Keys to Successful eDiscovery Collaboration

Collaboration in eDiscovery has its own special challenges. First, communication between lawyers and technologists often requires translation. Second, participation is a prerequisite – but not a given. Third, continuing education …

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