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E-Discovery Masters Course: New Techniques for Finding Relevant Data Faster
February 25 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
FACT: The most expensive stage in e-discovery is document review, often accounting for 80% or more of total e-discovery costs.
Unfortunately though, many legal departments haven’t seen their document review costs decline. Attempts often fail because they don’t get to the root of the problem: too much data is preserved, collected and sent to outside entities.
In Exterro’s E-Discovery Masters webcast, a panel of experts from Verizon Media, Ernst & Young and Epiq will discuss the best approaches for implementing Legal GRC protocols that create an efficient and cost effective e-discovery strategy.
Register for this webcast and learn:
- Practices for identifying responsive data at the earliest stages in the matter
- Why a Legal GRC strategy is a must have to streamline data requests that legal must manage
- How to update and modify your information governance and e-discovery preservation / collection processes to see immediate benefits
Legal Services Manager, E-Discovery
Motivated team-player and business process manager who institutes a project management model into every task. Extensive experience in the management of the e-discovery business process. Software implementation experience for end-to-end e-discovery software solutions. Million-dollar annual budget management. Simultaneous multi-business process and people manager.
Sr. Director of Client Solutions
As Director of Client Solutions at Epiq, Tiana is working to help build and grow Epiq’s world class eDiscovery platform in Western Canada. She leverages her experience to design eDiscovery strategies that align with her clients’ goals and configures creative technology solutions that are both scalable and cost effective, balancing service, processes, and technology.
Tiana is a thought leader and frequent speaker and presenter within the eDiscovery space in North America. As a member of EDRM’s Metrics group, she has worked with industry leaders to develop and promote tools that allow organizations to better measure and understand the time, money and volumes associated with eDiscovery. Tiana was one of the lead developers of EDRM’s eDiscovery Maturity Self-Assessment Test (eMSAT-1) and was a contributor to EDRM’s TAR Guidelines, published in January 2019. She is also an active member of Sedona Canada’s WG7.
Ernst & Young
Brett Tarr has spent the last 15+ years helping organizations develop capabilities and defensible workflows for e-discovery, information governance, legal operations, and data privacy. Brett recently joined Ernst & Young after spending the past 7 years as Chief Counsel, E-Discovery & Information Governance for Caesars Entertainment building their e-discovery, information governance, and privacy functions.
Mr. Tarr takes a holistic approach to legal and data challenges, leveraging innovative processes and emerging technologies to create new workflows, improve operating efficiencies, and optimize risk for law departments and organizations overall. He works to drive a proactive legal function that turns the Law Department into a business partner rather than a reactive cost center.
Mr. Tarr participates in numerous industry workgroups including CLOC, ACC, ARMA, AIIM, IGI, and Sedona Conference, as well as publishing content for ILTA, the Association of Corporate Counsel, and other national publications. He has authored numerous articles and speaks regularly on a range of topics including electronic discovery, computer forensics, legal analytics, information governance, data privacy, data security, and development of defensible processes.
Brett Tarr graduated from UCLA majoring in History, English, and psychology. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law, and also earned an MBA from Georgia State University with concentrations in information systems and marketing.