More than ever, it is essential for today’s legal teams to be able to predict the cost of a review and have an explanation on how the cost estimate was prepared. Once the team finds useful documents, they need easy and fast ways of getting as much information out of those documents as quickly as possible.
In this webinar, our panel of our expert project managers will discuss the various ways of leveraging DISCO Professional Services for consultation in prioritizing a review in DISCO. You’ll learn our best practices for:
- Search term reports
- Predictive tagging
- Conversation threading
- Most-inclusive email review
Micah Kasdan, Director of Sales Engineering, DISCO
Micah is a software and client services ediscovery subject matter expert. Micah has extensive and varied experience consulting legal and corporate teams on the use of disruptive technologies and emerging process improvements. This has been amplified by his ability to help clients with the adoption and implementation of future generation, cloud-based environments. Micah’s work has provided support and insight on small to massive ediscovery matters with one consistent goal: combine technology and know-how into a solution designed for legal teams to succeed.
Tracy Hallmann, Senior Project Manager, DISCO
Tracy is an attorney and legal technology professional with over six years of experience in review management, account and project management, and business development. Utilizing certifications in database administration and analytics, Tracy helps clients optimize all aspects of litigation. A 2012 graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law, she was previously a Senior Project Manager with Fronteo and a Review Manager for UnitedLex. Tracy also worked with pro bono clinics and in indigent defense.
Eric Bell, Project Manager, DISCO
Eric is an attorney with a focus on legal technology and privacy, with several years of experience including review management, project management, and advanced data analytics. Before joining DISCO, he was a Managed Review and Analytics Consultant at RVM Enterprises. Eric earned a B.S. in mathematics from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland and spent several years teaching subjects ranging from calculus to chemistry before earning a J.D. from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law.