CDS to Sponsor and Present eDiscovery Analytics Webinar on Dec. 2, 2014 with DRI

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CDS to Sponsor and Present DRI eDiscovery Analytics Webinar on Dec. 2, 2014: Session to Preview eDiscovery Analytics for 2015 Including Early Case Assessment and Technology Assisted Review

CDS sponsors Analytics Webinar on Dec. 2, 2014

CDS sponsors Analytics Webinar on Dec. 2, 2014

Complete Discovery Source (CDS), the leader in eDiscovery, will sponsor and jointly present a webinar with the Defense Research Institute (DRI), a leading defense attorney and in-house counsel membership organization, on December 2, 2014, 2pm EST/1pm CST.

Registration can be found at

The online session, “Electronic Discovery Analytics 2015: Progression of Early Case Assessment and Technology Assisted Review,” focuses on the current and future implications of technology on litigation and investigations. Currently, much of the discussion surrounding analytics tools focuses on technology assisted review (TAR) and the basic concepts, the pros and cons, and the core case law surrounding its use. During this webinar, the panel of e- discovery experts will review early case assessment (ECA) and TAR tools and its uses as well as address more advanced aspects of their application. Participants will listen to our panel unpack various ECA/TAR use cases and processes, address key defensibility considerations, and explore the most current case law while highlighting trends.


Irene Savanis Fiorentinos joined Jones Day when the Chicago office first opened in 1987, has extensive experience with complex commercial litigation. She has litigated as much in state as in federal courts, including several jury trials, and is a qualified member of the Northern District of Illinois Trial Bar. She also has significant state and federal appellate experience. Ms. Fiorentino’s commercial litigation experience includes commercial disputes arising from acquisitions and divestitures and involving complex breach of contract, indemnification, and fraud claims.

Scott Reents is e-discovery attorney for Cleary Gottlieb and is based in the firm’s New York City office. Mr. Reents helps litigate and plan all aspects of e-discovery, including negotiating discovery scope and protocols, developing defensible e-discovery processes, taking and defending 30(b)(6) depositions, making and responding to discovery motions, and exploiting predictive coding and other advanced technologies. He has worked with numerous Fortune 100 companies and major financial institutions clients in securities litigations, shareholder class actions, bankruptcy-related litigation, and other complex commercial disputes in various federal and state courts.

Matthew Knouff is e-discovery counsel for Complete Discovery Source, Inc. (CDS), a New York-based firm that provides consulting, legal, and technology services for a wide client base., Mr. Knouff focuses his legal expertise on consulting in the areas of e-discovery, information governance, cross-border litigation, and legal technology. An expert in all aspects of the electronic discovery reference model (EDRM), he advises numerous Fortune 500 companies and AM Law 100 firms.

Who Should Attend

  •     In-house and outside counsel
  •     All levels of e-discovery experience from novice to advanced
  •     Counsel tasked or concerned with streamlining review and reducing costs with ECA and TAR

What You Will Learn

  •     Deeper examination of ECA and TAR capabilities and limitations
  •     Best practices through use cases for ECA and TAR process
  •     Defensibility and current case law
  •     What’s next? Trends and forecasts

Registration can be found at

About DRI
DRI is the leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel. Membership in DRI provides access to resources and tools for attorneys who strive to provide high-quality, balanced and excellent service to their clients and corporations. DRI is host to 30 substantive committees whose focus is to develop ongoing and critical dialogue about areas of practice. DRI provides access to resources and tools to grow your practice – members can search a database of more than 65,000 experts, attend renowned CLE seminars, conferences and webcasts, network with 22,000+ like-minded defense practitioners and more. DRI has served the defense bar for more than 50 years and focuses on five main goals: Education, Justice, Balance, Economics and Professionalism- Service. DRI’s web site is

About Complete Discovery Source - eDiscovery
Complete Discovery Source (CDS) is the leader in eDiscovery. CDS is ranked number one by both the National Law Journal and New York Law Journal, and is a trusted advisor to the Am Law 100 and Fortune 500. CDS uses advanced, tested, and defensible services and software to support all stages and types of eDiscovery, including domestic and cross-border matters, initial data evaluation and analysis (IDEA™), workflow consulting, processing, review hosting, and production.” CDS is an Orange-Level Best-in-Service Relativity® Provider, one of the largest and highest volume footprints supporting that platform. CDS is headquartered in New York, with regional offices in Chicago, Washington DC, and San Francisco. The company maintains high security, ISO 27001 certified hosting and SSAE 16 SOC 1 Type 2 audited data centers in multiple cities. Complete Discovery Source's web site is

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