August 3, 2017 EST, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join George Socha, co-creator of the EDRM, as he moderates a conversation with Bonnie Kennedy of Delta Air Lines, Avi Benayoun of Greenberg Traurig, and Adam Strayer of BDO. They will discuss the TAR workflow and the importance of open communication between and among the client, the law firm, and the service provider. These three litigation and ediscovery experts will talk about expectations, transparency, and some of the information black holes that can develop during the predictive coding process.
This webinar is generously sponsored by BDO and is part of a webinar series designed to help educate lawyers and judges on various aspects of TAR in advance of the invitation-only Duke Conference on TAR (Sept. 7-8 in Arlington, Va.), which aims to develop best practices for using TAR.
Avi Benayoun is a seasoned litigator who brings creative and out-of-the-box solutions to complex legal matters. With a background rooted in finance and economics, Avi is a business-focused commercial litigator and problem solver with deep experience handling complex commercial disputes in virtually every forum. This includes litigation on behalf of Fortune 500, middle market, and start-up companies, as well as individuals. Avi also has deep eDiscovery and eRetention experience which makes him particularly valuable as he can, and often does, eliminate the need to hire separate counsel to address and handle complex eDiscovery and eRetention requirements present in nearly every modern-day litigation matter. (See full bio here.)
Bonnie Kennedy leads the eDiscovery team that manages the Legal Records Hold and eDiscovery programs, determining best practices and managing the eDiscovery process for Delta Air Lines. She also consults with internal teams regarding various initiatives including information governance, investigations, and audit protocols. Bonnie has a unique, well‐rounded perspective of the legal technology and eDiscovery industry through her experience working in law firms, at an international eDiscovery service provider and in corporate legal departments.
Adam Strayer leads Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) for BDO’s Forensic Technology Services practice. He has nearly 15 years of experience working on large, data-intensive investigations, including as an attorney investigating federal antitrust violations at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC). An authority on e-discovery strategy and implementation, he advises organizations and their counsel on strategic and tactical e-discovery matters, providing hands-on support for the use of data analytics and TAR. He has extensive technical experience applying TAR and developing predictive coding workflows in complex e-discovery disputes, and understands the commitment and resources required for success. Prior to joining BDO, Adam was a senior consultant at Kroll Ontrack. (See full bio here.)