Use it, Don’t Lose It: Software Usability and the Effects on Legal Review Costs
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Software ease-of-use is essential to reviewer productivity and containing legal review costs. It’s time to assess your process and learn a few simple ways to reduce the time and resources needed to drive a document review.
Attend this event to gain industry leader insight on how to run the most efficient legal review and improve your teams’ productivity.
Join this InsideCounsel webcast for expert analysis from industry experts, and begin:
- Ensuring your software’s user interface is supporting maximum reviewer productivity
- Setting up effective dashboards to support multiple e-discovery team roles and workflows
- Making review tool performance measurable and consistent by setting up efficiency reports and assessments
- Amy Levenberg
Amy Shayne Levenberg is an attorney at the law firm of Gunster whose practice is primarily focused on complex business litigation. She has experience with electronic discovery issues and recently coordinated the review of over a million pages of documents in an accounting malpractice case where 100 million dollars was at issue. Using analytics, targeted searches, and statistical sampling, she was able to save the client thousands of dollars in discovery costs. She continues to be active in discovery issues and is constantly seeking creative technological solutions to aid in reducing the cost of discovery. As a resident of the city of West Palm Beach, Amy is active in the Palm Beach County Bar Association. Amy graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law and received her B.A. from Duke University. When not cheering on her alma maters, Amy also enjoys performing stand-up comedy.
- David Horrigan
- Analyst and Counsel
- 451 Research
David Horrigan is Analyst and Counsel at 451 Research, covering content compliance, e-discovery, and information governance, including international data protection and privacy. As an attorney and award-winning journalist, David brings both legal experience and years of technology writing to his analysis of these growing industries. He advises clients of 451 Research on the rapid changes in e-discovery as corporations and law firms keep pace with ever-increasing legal and regulatory requirements for information management. Prior to joining 451 Research, David practiced intellectual property, media and technology law, serving as Counsel for Intellectual Property and Technology Policy at the Entertainment Software Association, and as Director of Legislative and Regulatory Policy at the Magazine Publishers of America. David was also Assistant Editor and Staff Reporter at The National Law Journal and a columnist for Law Technology News, writing the long-running Technology on Trial column, for which he won the Bronze Award from the Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI). His articles have appeared also in The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, The New York Law Journal, The Washington Examiner and others, and he has been cited in law reviews and journals of Emory University, Northwestern University, Yale University, among others.
- JR Jenkins
- Senior Director
- FTI Technology
JR Jenkins, MLIS, is director of product marketing in the FTI Technology practice and is based in Seattle. He is active in developing industry thought leadership, such as an e-discovery XML standard, through his participation with the Electronic Discovery Reference Model Project (EDRM). Prior to joining FTI, JR worked on information retrieval projects for 10 years with companies such as Intel Research, Microsoft, and ProQuest Information and Learning. He has been a featured speaker at Information Online Sydney, NISO, and several American Library Association conferences on the topics of Search, OpenURL, and information behavior. He holds a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Washington and a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University.
- Joe Milan
- Senior Director
- FTI Technology
Joe Milan leads the User Experience (UX) group within FTI Technology’s software development team and is based in Seattle. His team partners with Ringtail end-users to develop an interactive, engaging and easy-to-use e-discovery software that increases user productivity. Joe specializes in developing data visualizations to simplify complex systems and solve real world problems. Prior to joining FTI Technology, Joe designed popular cloud applications for companies including Microsoft. He holds a B.A. from Azusa Pacific University.