When hit with an unexpected information request, eDiscovery teams need to quickly size up the task and learn the facts. Sometimes, however, there are no relevant documents to be found. When documents themselves are the object of the investigation, as
in governmental and regulatory investigations, that often means reviewing the entire document population—only to come up empty-handed.
Learn how to short circuit an expensive and time-consuming review effort to demonstrate there are no relevant documents in the collection—proving a negative quickly, comprehensively and without the effort and cost of a traditional eDiscovery review.
Our experts will provide insights and tips on the following topics:
- What it means to prove a negative
- Using statistics to scope the project
- Initiating a review for documents that are close to responsive
- How to QC every investigation with TAR based on continuous active learning
Those registered receive a link to the recording and additional resources.
Lead Strategy Consultant
Tom is a prominent eDiscovery lawyer and one of the nation's leading authorities on the use of TAR in litigation. Tom advises corporations and law firms on best practices for applying technology to reduce the time and cost of discovery. He has more than
30 years’ experience as a trial lawyer and in-house counsel, most recently with the law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, where he was a partner and chair of the eDiscovery Practice Group.
Robin E. Stewart
Kutak Rock LLP
Robin is the founder and chair of Kutak Rock’s eDiscovery Practice Group and a member of the firm’s commercial litigation practice. She has pioneered the development of efficient, practical and effective approaches to address the explosion of electronically
stored information’s use in modern litigation. Robin is recognized as a global expert on eDiscovery, digital evidence and attendant issues.
Tracy leads the Recon Investigation team at OpenText™. She has extensive experience across the eDiscovery lifecycle, including 12 years conducting and managing investigations, interpreting Requests for Information and Complaints to identify sources of
relevant information, developing strategies for targeting and gathering data, performing custodial interviews, and managing information collection. Prior to joining OpenText, Tracy was a senior attorney with Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP.