Need CLE? Bloomberg BNA also hosts this program on its site and will provide 1.0 CLE if you view it there (may vary based on from which jurisdiction requested).

With the explosion of digital content firms can no longer afford to scale review efforts by assigning more human eyeballs to a task. This program discusses the cost and risk burdens associated with document review as well as the strategies for managing these costs. How have discovery processes and legal technology evolved in the digital world? How can advances in litigation technology help reduce discovery costs, particularly the cost of document review? How can you use this technology to efficiently manage your costs? Join us for this 60-minute on-demand webinar, where our panelists discuss best practices for keeping your discovery costs low.

Learn about:

  • The cost and risks associated with the document review stage in e-discovery
  • How new technology lifts the review burden and reveals hidden knowledge
  • Ways to customize your workflow to minimize risk and more efficiently produce documents
  • Recommendations for developing a technology strategy to reduce your costs


David Waxse
Hon. David J. Waxse |United States Magistrate Judge | U.S District Court for the District of Kansas

Hon. Judge Waxse is a United States Magistrate Judge for the United States District Court in Kansas City, Kansas. Prior to his appointment as a Magistrate Judge in 1999, he was a partner at Shook, Hardy & Bacon. From 1992-1999, Judge Waxse was a member, and one time chair, of the Kansas Commission on Judicial Qualifications, the state judicial discipline organization. He was also a member of the Civil Justice Reform Act Advisory Committee and the Mediation Panel for the United States District Court for the District of Kansas. In addition, he served on the Kansas Justice Commission, established by the Kansas Supreme Court to implement the Citizens' Justice Initiative review of the state justice system.

Kim Leffert
Kim Leffert | Counsel | Mayer Brown

Ms. Kim Leffert is a member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group at Mayer Brown LLP. She is also a member of the Electronic Discovery and Information Governance action group. Ms. Leffert has substantial experience assisting clients with the preservation, collection, review, and production of electronic documents in litigation. She also helps clients prepare document retention policies and procedures and records management programs, as well as develop electronic discovery programs. Ms. Leffert is licensed to practice in Illinois and several federal district and appellate courts. She earned her J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and her B.A. from Cornell University.

Mark Noel 150
Mark Noel | Managing Director, Professional Services | Catalyst

Mark is a managing director of professional services at Catalyst, where he specializes in helping clients use technology-assisted review, advanced analytics, and custom workflows to handle complex and large-scale litigations. He also works with Catalyst’s research and development group on new litigation technology tools. Before joining Catalyst, Mark was an intellectual property litigator with Latham & Watkins LLP, co-founder of an e-discovery software startup, and a research scientist at Dartmouth College’s Interactive Media Laboratory.



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