Papers

This year the conference committee received many excellent paper submissions in response to our Call for Papers.  Below are links to the papers selected for inclusion in this year’s conference materials. Three outstanding papers were also selected for publication in Law Technology News magazine.

Papers published in Law Technology News

Predictive Coding is so Yesterday: An Innovative Approach to eDiscovery for Tomorrow 
Dr. Joel Henry, Esq, Agile Legal Technology

From Socrates to Augmented Intelligence: Finding Litigation Knowledge in a Sea of Noise
Marc Jenkins, Adjunct Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School

Yes, Counselor, There Will Be Math: Why Knowledge of Statistics is an Essential Skill in e-Discovery
Maureen O’Neill, Senior Vice President, Discovery Strategy (West), DiscoverReady

Conference Papers

Getting to Proportional
Patricia Alberts, eDiscovery & Privacy Attorney, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Curtis Heckman, eDiscovery Attorney, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP

Message ESI in Many Single-Plaintiff Employment Cases and Comparable Cases: Harnessing the Search and Automation Capabilities of Microsoft Outlook and Low-Cost Add-ins
Barton A. Bixenstine, Partner, Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP

“Just De-Dup it!” – Practical Considerations When Applying De-Duplication Filtering in E-Discovery
Thomas Bonk, Vice President of Professional Services, DTI

Decreasing Costs and Increasing Value: Creative Approaches to Solve Cost Intensive E-Discovery Problems
David W. Degnan, Attorney, Davis Miles McGuire Gardner, PLLC

Effective Social Media Discovery
William “Bill” Hamilton, Partner, Quarles & Brady LLP; Dean & Chairman, Department of E-Discovery, Bryan University
Brett Livingood, eDiscovery Associate Professor, Bryan University

Honing the Non-Technological Skills Needed in E-Discovery
Conrad Jacoby, eDiscovery Expert Consulting

The Anthropology of Electronic Discovery
Andrew Kass, Director, Litigation Support at U.S. Legal Support, Inc.

Litigation Support Manager – Key to a Successful Case
Dennis Martin, Litigation Support Analyst, Office of the Attorney General, Arizona

Review Strategies Utilizing Near Duplicate and Email Threading Technology
Rachi Messing, VP Customer Solutions, Equivio

Where’s the Innovation in Production? – Let’s Start With ENF
Wade Peterson, Director of Practice Support, Bowman and Brooke LLP

Computer Software Source Code and eDiscovery
Andrew Schulman, Software Litigation Consulting

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