eTERA Consulting’s eDiscovery Expert Emily Goodwin Kime to Address Technology and Privilege Review

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Prominent expert in eDiscovery and technology to speak at the Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence’s Electronic Discovery Conference on April 21, 2015

Emily Goodwin Kime

This carefully crafted presentation will dive into the ways in which attorneys can expedite this process and increase accuracy. We will discuss how to construct targeted keywords that flag only privileged documents, versus documents that are irrelevant.

eTERA Consulting, an internationally recognized and award-winning leader in data and technology management, today announced that Emily Goodwin Kime, Senior Consultant, will join the Appalachian Institute of Digital Evidence (AIDE) at their 6th Annual Electronic Discovery Conference on April 21, 2015 in Charleston, WV. Kime will address the topic of “Privilege Review: Maximizing Rule 502(b) and 502(d) and Assistive Technologies” alongside Lindsey Hendrick Altman of Encompass.

Kime’s presentation will address the challenges faced by attorneys during the often daunting task of privilege review. Specifically, Kime will explore the current technologies that can be used to make this undertaking faster, more accurate, and more efficient including:

  •     Keywords
  •     Threading
  •     Textual Near Duplicate Identification
  •     Analytics (Finding Related Content and Keyword Expansion)
  •     Electronic Privilege Log

“Conducting a privilege review of hundreds of thousands of documents is surely an unnerving task for attorneys during the review process,” said Kime. “This carefully crafted presentation will dive into the ways in which attorneys can expedite this process and increase accuracy. We will discuss how to construct targeted keywords that flag only privileged documents, versus documents that are irrelevant.”

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, Kime was the Founder and President of Vail Legal Technologies specializing in eDiscovery, electronic trial presentation series, trial graphics, and legal software training.

The seven-credit CLE conference will take place on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 starting at 9 A.M. EST at the Capitol Conference Center in Charleston, WV. To register for the program, please go to: http://www.appyide.org/events/.

About eTERA Consulting

eTERA Consulting, Built by the clients, for the clients™ is an award-winning leader in data and technology management providing innovative solutions to help clients overcome the high costs of managing large volumes of data, electronic discovery and content searching. As an international consultancy, eTERA offers five key services across the Electronic Discovery Reference Model including Early Information Assessment®, Forens1cs One℠, 1ntelligent One™, Rev1ew One™ and Opt1mum One.® These services help clients to proactively identify and analyze data early in the process allowing for significant data reduction, enhanced decision-making abilities, significant savings on eDiscovery costs and defensibility. eTERA Consulting provides clients with the necessary swat-team of experts needed to effectively manage litigation, government investigations and regulatory matters. eTERA Consulting utilizes software tools verified by the Gartner Group and is SSAE-16 certified to ensure the protection of client data. Headquartered in Washington, DC, and with offices in Chicago, Brussels, London and Paris, eTERA Consulting has served the legal industry since 2004. eTERA Consulting was selected by the Legal Times in 2014 as the Best End-to-End Litigation Consulting Firm and in 2013 as the Best Data and Technology Management eDiscovery Provider. eTERA Consulting has also been recognized by the National Law Journal for four consecutive years as the nation’s top End-to-End eDiscovery Company.

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