eTERA Consulting’s Data and Technology Management Experts, Todd Haley and Emily Goodwin Kime, to Address Predictive Coding at DRI Women in the Law Seminar

Share Article

Will Join Jill McIntyre from Jackson Kelly as Panel Speakers on February 6, 2014

eTERA Consulting logo

eTERA Consulting, selected as the best data and technology management eDiscovery provider by the Legal Times in 2013, today announced that Todd Haley, Vice President of Business Intelligence, and Emily Goodwin Kime, Senior Consultant, will speak on an expert panel, “The Rise of the Machine: Predictive Coding and Computer-Assistant Review,” during the Women in the Law Seminar on February 6, 2014 in Scottsdale, AZ. eTERA’s Mr. Haley and Ms. Kime will join Jill McIntyre of Jackson Kelly.

Computer-assisted review has become an essential part of any examination since it is more efficient and accurate than traditional “eyes-on” review. The panelists will give expert insight into issues such as what predictive coding is, how it works, technology platforms available, when to use it, how it can save the review team time and the client money, how it should be discussed with the client, and how it is being accepted by the courts.

In his role as Vice President of Business Intelligence for eTERA Consulting, Mr. Haley specializes in complex electronic discovery, information governance, and data technology matters. He regularly consults with corporate and law firms clients on how to plan defensible electronic discovery and data retention strategies. Mr. Haley is an adjunct professor on legal technology at Georgetown University and a former CTO of a national litigation law firm. He is a frequent author and speaker on various eDiscovery topics.

Emily Goodwin Kime is a senior consultant at eTERA specializing in the management of complex eDiscovery and technology matters for law firms and corporations. Before joining eTERA, Ms. Kime was founder and president of Vail Legal Technologies specializing in eDiscovery, electronic trial presentation series, trial graphics, and legal software training. Based in Charleston, the company supported law firms throughout West Virginia and the region.

About eTERA Consulting

eTERA Consulting, selected as the Best Data and Technology Management eDiscovery Provider by the Legal Times in 2013, provides innovative solutions to help Fortune 1000 and Am Law 200 clients overcome the high costs of managing large volumes of data, electronic discovery, content searching and operational challenges. As a technology independent international consultancy, eTERA offers four key services encompassing Early Information Assessment®, Forens1cs One (sm), Intell1gent One (sm) and Opt1mum One® Managed Services. These solutions help clients to proactively identify and interpret key data early in the life cycle allowing for significant cost savings, data reduction, enhanced decision-making abilities, increased efficiencies and lower risk. eTERA Consulting provides clients with the subject matter, technical and management expertise needed to defend against litigation, government investigations and regulatory oversight. eTERA’s diverse team of data management, technology and eDiscovery experts have managed the most complex matters of our times. eTERA Consulting has been recognized by the National Law Journal as the nation’s top managed eDiscovery service provider, litigation consulting firm, and data and technology management company. Headquartered in Washington, DC, eTERA Consulting has served the legal vertical since 2004.

Company Contact

Joe Kanka
(240) 751-8349

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Joe Kanka
Visit website