Using Analytics to Find the Signal in the Noise for Internal Investigations

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 63 minutes
Recorded Date: February 05, 2020
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  • Internal Investigations
  • Using Analytics
  • What is Cluster Analysis?
  • Concept Searching
  • Using TAR (Technology-Assisted Research)
  • Which tools or platforms are most suitable?
  • Key Document Identification
  • Leveraging Analytics
  • Closing Thoughts

Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes
Recorded: February 5, 2020


Using Analytics to Find the Signal in the Noise for Internal Investigations So much information and so many questions: Today’s organizations need technology that can help them quickly sift through their data to find the answers to pressing internal issues.

This session will use case studies to illustrate how various analytics can identify patterns in data, uncover hidden relationships between people and events, translate coded language, and organize disparate information into logical groups and concepts—helping investigators find the signal in the noise.

This program was recorded as part of's Legalweek Conference on February 5th, 2020.

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Richard Rauzi

Senior Vice President, Regulatory Inquiries
Bank of America

Rich is with the Bank of America Regulatory Inquiries Group where he manages a team responding to regulatory inquiries that potentially present significant reputational, financial or legal risk to Bank of America and its subsidiaries including Merrill Lynch. Rich received a Bachelor of Science from Fairfield University in Finance and a Certificate in Accounting from Pace University.

Prior to Bank of America, Rich spent time with several banks and broker dealers where he managed internal audits. Rich began his career as an Examiner with the New York State Banking Department. Rich is a Certified Public Accountant.

Drew Pietro

Senior Legal Counsel, Government Investigations Group
Standard Chartered Bank

Drew is Senior Legal Counsel in Standard Chartered Bank’s Government Investigations group. In this role, Drew conducts internal reviews and coordinates the bank’s response to government investigations. Many of these investigations span multiple jurisdictions and require coordination with the bank’s regulators in the United Kingdom, United States, Singapore and Hong Kong. Drew also advises on legal aspects of ABC and BSA/AML compliance.

Before joining SCB in 2014, Drew was a litigation associate at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP. Drew represented clients in investigations, regulatory matters and civil litigation across a variety of practice areas including antitrust, securities law and banking regulation.

Drew is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and clerked for Hon. William H. Pryor of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.

Allison Myers

Data Analytics

Allison Myers is a Data Analytics Director here at Consilio. She has been in the field of eDiscovery for almost 15 years now, beginning with DiscoverReady, moving to Huron, and coming full circle through the industry consolidation.

Allison earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and International Relations from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She later earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Richmond.

Allison is a Brainspace certified analyst as well as a Relativity analytics specialist. To Allison, the most exciting aspect of working at Consilio is that analytics is on the cutting edge of an industry on the cutting edge.

Danielle Panetta

Goodwin Proctor, LLP

Danielle is a Senior eDiscovery Attorney in the Boston office of Goodwin. She counsels in a variety of government actions, internal investigations, and civil litigation matters. Danielle has significant experience negotiating, developing and implementing discovery plans across all stages of the eDiscovery lifecycle. She writes and speaks on eDiscovery and cybersecurity issues. Danielle is a co-chair of the ABA Section of Litigation Privacy and Data Security committee.

John Koss

Special Counsel
Mintz Levin Cohn Ferris Glovsky & Popeo, PC

John’s practice focuses exclusively on counseling clients on e-discovery and large data matters including commercial litigation, investigations, and governmental inquiries.

Prior to rejoining the firm in 2016, John led the Boston office of one of the nation’s leading legal services firms, where he worked with in-house legal departments and law firms to create effective and economical legal solutions – incorporating flexible staffing, reliable workflows, and technology – in a wide variety of practice areas including litigation, compliance, employment, corporate transactions, and contracts management.

During his initial tenure at Mintz Levin, John was a founding member of the firm’s Electronic Discovery Practice Group. He was also an active member of the firm’s Product Liability and Complex Tort Litigation Practice Group. John maintained a diverse litigation and counseling practice with a particular focus on serving as a national trial, strategy, and discovery counsel for pharmaceutical clients involved in serial litigation. In this role, he also advised on information governance and the coordination of company-wide and multinational discovery efforts.

John also teaches legal writing at Suffolk University and taught for six years as a member of the faculty at Boston University School of Law’s First-Year Research and Writing Program.

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