Webinar This Week with Tom O’Connor On Early Case Assessment & AI with Audio and Video Files

On Thursday, August 8, 2019 Today’s General Counsel Institute and Veritone present a complimentary webinar covering all things early case assessment as we discuss the growing use of audio & video ESI in eDiscovery, and the ways you can use technology to automate the process. 

Topics will include:

  • New and Emerging Data Types During Early Case Assessment
  • Best Practices for Conducting eDiscovery with Audio & Video Evidence
  • Everyday Audio/Video Use Cases for Legal Teams
  • Technology Available – Including ECA
  • Q&A
Chuck Kellner

Chuck Kellner is an eDiscovery strategist with a record of success helping clients give and get the discovery they need with fairness and proportionality. His goals for his clients are to achieve complete and defensible discovery using best practices and leveraging technologies appropriate to budget and task. Chuck’s experience on both sides of the caption includes eDiscovery strategy, ESI interview and identification; negotiation of scope; ESI protocols; consulting and testimony in support of discovery motions; litigation readiness policy and workflow; ediscovery team training and CLE; and cost and pricing for industry services and technologies.

Chuck’s experience includes Litigation and Practice Support Manager for an AmLaw 50; litigation support operations director for a Big Eight; and consultant and executive for eDiscovery consuilting, services, and business development for legal industry leaders. He has testified as expert on issues of cost and burden, appropriate uses of technology, adequacy of production, and on findings from computer forensic examination. He holds a BA from Brandeis University and JD from Lewis & Clark Law School. Among several organizations he is active as an executive board member of the New England Legal Technology Professionals (NELTP) and the The Sedona Conference Working Group 6, where he is part of a writing team for Principles for Disclosure in International Arbitration.

Tom O’Connor
Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center

Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the field ofcomputerized litigation support systems. Tom’s consulting experience is with both small firms and complex litigation matters including the BP litigation in New Orleans and several current opioid MDL matters. He has also been appointed as a technical consultant by various federal and state courts on cases dealing with large amounts of electronic evidence and specializes in negotiating ESI exchange protocols.

A frequent lecturer about legal technology, Tom teaches CLE courses nationwide and is also a prolific writer. He was a co-author of the 2006 award winning article, “In Katrina’s Wake”, which covered recovery efforts in the legal community of post Katrina New Orleans, in which he participated. He was also the author of the Second, Third and Fourth Editions of The Automated Law Firm: A Guide to Computer Systems and Software published by Aspen Law & Business as well as The Lawyers Guide to Summation and  EDiscovery for Small Cases, both published by the ABA.

Chris Ricciuti
Vice President of Product Management for Legal & Compliance

Chris has more than 15 years of eDiscovery and Financial Services industry expertise and is well versed in applying technology to legal and regulatory compliance matters. Currently, he is Vice President of Product Management for Legal & Compliance at Veritone. Prior, he served as co-founder and CEO of Panalytics, a provider of regulatory compliance software for Financial Services firms. Earlier in his career, he was the Head of Technology for a boutique investment bank. Chris holds an MBA from Babson College.

Gina Trimarco
Senior Attorney
DLA Piper

Gina Trimarco is a litigator who represents a wide array of clients in a variety of complex litigation involving financial services, health care, consumer fraud act, insurance, contract claims and employment matters. Gina also counsels clients about all aspects of information governance, from e-discovery and records management to data privacy. She has more than 10 years of experience with project management and has served as national coordinating discovery counsel. Gina leverages this experience to provide advice on policy, process and technology to reduce cost and risk. She is a member of The Sedona Conference® Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production and a drafting team leader on The Sedona Conference Commentary on Legal Holds, Second Edition: The Trigger & The Process.

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