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Using Technology to Aid Litigation Strategy

Level: Advanced
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded Date: October 18, 2019
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  • GDPR Compliance Actions
  • Process Implications
  • Defining Personal Data
  • Key E-Discovery Functionality
  • Machine Learning Examples
  • Conditional Coding
  • Q & A
Runtime: 57 minutes
Recorded: October 18, 2019


As the pressure to manage the cost of litigation continues to rise, companies must continually evaluate the legal department and look for ways to operate more efficiently and cost effectively. By preparing for the future today, litigation and regulatory teams will be better apt to predict and control costs, mitigate risk, and increase speed to revenue. In this session, speakers will discuss how the legal department can function more efficiently and how better managing everything from data, evidence gathering, litigation support, budgeting, and metrics can affect long-term litigation strategy.

This program was recorded as part of ALM & Corporate Counsel's 2019 Women, Influence, and Power in Law Conference on October 18th, 2019.

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Wendy King

Senior Managing Director, Technology
FTI Consulting

Wendy King is a Senior Managing Director in the Discovery practice within the Technology segment at FTI Consulting. She is based in Atlanta. Ms. King brings more than 15 years of experience in e-discovery practice support.

She focuses on helping law firms understand the costs and resources involved with e-discovery software and how to implement tools in ways that enable best practices and cost savings. She is adept at finding the most efficient use of litigation technology and leverages her expertise across the spectrum of e-discovery and knowledge management solutions to ensure proper training and implementation programs. Having advised corporations and law firms through investigations, complex multi-jurisdictional litigation and regulatory inquiries, Ms. King understands the importance of delivering exemplary client service.

Previously, Ms. King was Director of Products for Kroll Ontrack, where she led the global offering of Relativity, including the development of two Relativity Innovation Award-recognized solutions and an industry-recognized Relativity certification training program.
In addition, she was Director of Practice Services for Am Law 100 firms, including Alston & Bird and Seyfarth Shaw, guiding the firms’ application of technology to the practice of law.

She also spent two years at kCura. Ms. King holds a B.A. in Business Management from DePaul University.

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Antonia Karlan

Control Risk

Antonia Karlan is a Principal in Control Risks’ Compliance, Forensics and Intelligence practice, based in New York. She oversees the Legal Technology Project Management Team and focuses on eDiscovery and corporate investigations. Antonia has extensive experience advising clients on discovery compliance and best practices, including current data privacy directives, and managing all stages of discovery, particularly in the context of multi-jurisdictional enforcement actions. Before joining Control Risks, Antonia was a Senior Manager at Mindcrest, overseeing the New York and India legal services teams. Prior to Mindcrest, Antonia worked for Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton's eDiscovery Litigation Group, working with a number of Fortune 100 companies and major financial institution clients in the US and elsewhere. Antonia is a member of the New York Bar. She graduated from Arizona State University with dual bachelor degrees in Economics and French, and earned a Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School

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Shetal Mehta

Senior Manager
Deloitte Advisory

Shetal Mehta is a Senior Manager at Deloitte Advisory.

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