Women in eDiscovery San Diego is proud to be presenting a two part seminar series on Analytics.
Learn about how to assess and organize your data in a meaningful way through the use of analytic technologies.
Our Panelists for this event are: Pamela Pierce of DLA Piper, Emily Small of DTI, and Nicole Guyer of Robbins Geller.
The first part of the series will focus on Analytics 101 and will accomplish the following objectives:
Present a high level overview of conceptual and structured analytics, the functionality and use of each technology.
Conceptual Analytics: uses an analytics index to identify and group conceptually similar documents together.
Predictive coding/Technology Assisted Review (Passive Learning vs. Continuous Active Learning)
Structured Analytics: organizes data in a meaningful way that allows you to see the content wholly instead of trying to piece it together. Reduces the amount of redundant material you need to sift through and allows for you to quality checking the work product.
Email visualization – see who is talking to whom and most frequently
Near duplicate detections
Repeated content identification
Please RSVP via Eventbrite. Lunch will be provided by Knox Attorney Services.
Nicole Guyer, MA, RCA - eDiscovery Project Manager at Robbins Geller
Relativity Certified Administrator (RCA) and Relativity Review Specialist (RRS) with over a decade of experience providing litigation support services to law firms and Fortune 500 companies. Ms. Guyer is currently the E-Discovery Project Manager at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP, where she advises attorneys, clients, and vendors on preserving and managing electronic data. She is passionate about developing sophisticated workflows through the use of advanced analytics and litigation support technologies for the purposes of Robbins Geller’s complex securities and antitrust litigation practices. Nicole currently serves as the 2016 Secretary Director on the Board of the Women in eDiscovery San Diego Chapter.
Pamela Pierce, Litigation Support Operations Manager at DLA Piper
Pam has been with DLA Piper for 7 years. She has worked in litigation support for small firms, boutiques, and large firms for the past 12 years. Prior to specializing in litigation support Pam worked as a litigation paralegal. She is well versed in the management of cases from intake, through trial, and appeal. Pam considers herself a “translator” for attorneys when it comes to litigation support. She helps them to understand the technical aspects of ESI collection, processing, review, and production within the context of their particular case.
Emily Small, Esq. - Case Manager at DTI
Emily Small is a Case Manager in DTI’s San Francisco office. In her role, Ms. Small acts as a centralized resource for the end-to-end oversight and support for all matters for corporate clients, and also manages specific projects. She enjoys crafting creative workflows which leverage institutional knowledge, analytics and predictive coding, and substantive case knowledge to provide an efficient, cost-effective, defensible, and quality work product. Additionally, Ms. Small assists clients with understanding and utilizing best practices, developing reporting and documentation resources, and preparing and delivering personalized training programs.
Ms. Small holds a B.A. degree from Boston University and a J.D., cum laude, from Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center where she received an academic scholarship and was a member of the Touro Law Review. She is an active member of the Massachusetts State Bar, and holds a KCura Relativity Review Specialist certification. Ms. Small has review management, administrative, and analytics experience in Relativity, Recommind, and Ringtail platforms, among others, and has prepared and delivered numerous presentations focused on the use of analytics in eDiscovery.