As active eDiscovery counsel for DTI, Green has substantial case management and trial experience. She brings to the faculty role an in-depth understanding of electronic discovery, litigation readiness, ESI hosting, review and production processes as well as the different technology and business approaches and cost implications associated with each. Green will lead a discussion on “Developments in Search,” an interactive session addressing current approaches to search in eDiscovery, the acceptance and use of technology-assisted review (TAR) methods and the budget considerations implied in the choice of search tools.
“I’m looking forward to the conference and the opportunity to discuss these eDiscovery challenges with other corporate counsel in attendance,”
DTI is the nation’s largest privately held legal process outsourcing company serving law firms and corporations. DTI helps clients accelerate the changes they must make to be competitive into the future by providing solutions that enable them to focus on their core competencies. DTI helps manage risks and minimize costs associated with complex litigation, host and manage corporate information and recruit and place legal professionals. The company’s extensive litigation, discovery, managed document review and legal business process outsourcing experience is unmatched in the industry. To learn more about DTI’s national footprint, flexibility, capacity and world-class project management, visit www.DTIglobal.com.