Currently serving as senior director of review services for DTI, Mayne has spent the last 13 years focusing on the discovery process in large and complex cases both in Am Law 100 firms and for Fortune 100 companies. In that role he leads the delivery of a consistent managed review product across a nationwide network of Knowledge Centers. A trial lawyer since 1994, Mayne brings a unique perspective to eDiscovery, combining his experience in the courtroom with skills in large-scale project management. Mayne has consulted on a number of complex and time-sensitive discovery projects.
At The Exchange conference Mayne will lead a panel 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.
“The conference provides a great platform for peer dialogue on the eDiscovery challenges facing organizations today,” said Mayne. “Electronic discovery and the costs associated with it are challenging to manage, and this discussion provides corporate counsel with an opportunity to learn best practices from their peers and explore solutions for containment.”
DTI is the largest privately held legal process outsourcing company in the U.S. serving law firms and corporations. DTI helps its clients accelerate the changes they must make to remain competitive. DTI is a preeminent leader in the management of mission-critical information and processes. The company manages risks and minimizes costs associated with complex litigation and compliance functions. The company’s extensive managed services, litigation support and eDiscovery 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.