Review-related spending in eDisclosure is projected to nearly double over the next five years. For law firms, corporations and other entities facing these mounting costs, it is crucial to be familiar with all of the ways modern technology can be used to reduce the cost and risk of document review.
In this webinar, we’ll detail eleven practical techniques that can help you to achieve reduce eDisclosure expenses, broken down into three categories:
- Review fewer documents
- Increase review speed
- Improve oversight over the entire process
Andy Shelford, Director of Customer Success, UK, Everlaw
Andy Shelford is a UK Director of Customer Success for Everlaw in the UK. He first initiated his experience in eDiscovery working for a global financial company and built out the in-house eDiscovery workflows for the EMEA team. Since then, he has gained extensive hands-on experience in eDiscovery best practices supporting pro-active document reduction techniques and review strategies with complementary technology. He has worked alongside Corporate, Financial and Legal firms in Europe, Asia, Africa and the US, and previously lived in Asia for 3 years.
Immediately prior to joining Everlaw, he was a Client Services Director for a global eDiscovery services vendor, leading a team of professionals focused on EMEA based clients, providing a high-quality consultative service across the full EDRM on a range of proprietary and third-party technologies to meet the needs and deadlines of Litigation, Regulatory Request and Investigation matters.
Nicole Hazaz, Senior Customer Success Manager, Everlaw
Nicole Hazaz is a Senior Customer Success Manager at Everlaw in the UK. She joined Everlaw in 2019 when they opened their London office to help establish a footprint in EMEA. She has worked with senior leadership in developing the go-to-market strategy and customer success framework for the region.
Before joining Everlaw, Nicole worked at several New York-based big law firms as an eDiscovery consultant. Initially working in the general practise arena, Nicole then specialised in dispute resolution and securities and regulatory investigations. She has worked with governmental agencies and teams in the Americas, EMEA and APAC.
Gregory Campbell, Senior Solutions Architect, Everlaw
Gregory Campbell is a Senior Solutions Architect for Everlaw in the UK, acting as an eDiscovery subject matter expert. He is a practising solicitor, originally training with a Silver Circle London legal firm, and subsequently practising as a litigation and dispute resolution focussed solicitor in London.
He then moved into the legal technology sector as an in-house legal counsel and project manager for an eDiscovery consultancy, followed by a senior role within the litigation support function of a Magic Circle London legal firm. Immediately prior to joining Everlaw, he was a Governance, Regulatory and Legal Consultant for a multinational information technology company, with a specialism around information governance, including the detail and practicalities of the GDPR.