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What’s Wrong With eDiscovery Today?


Dec 4, 2018 10:40 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Jo Sherman
CEO @EDT Software
Jo is the founder & CEO of EDT, a software company that develops case management software for litigation, investigations & eDiscovery. Since 2002, EDT has been embraced by an international client base of GLOBAL100 & Magic Circle law firms, Fortune 20 corporations, government agencies, forensic experts, & consulting service providers. Jo has leveraged a law degree & a computer science major to apply technology to law in the international context. Over the past 25 years, she has held managing director & CEO roles in 3 legal technology companies she started. Jo has also worked as a court registrar, a technology strategist, a legal business analyst, a software architect, a justice department information governance director and a law society CIO. She has also been engaged as a strategic technology adviser to many courts & chief justices. In 2017, Jo established EDT’s AI Lab to develop machine learning & natural language processing utilities for law.
Tom O'Connor
Founder & CEO @Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center
Tom is a well-known consultant, speaker & writer in the field of litigation support software & systems. Tom graduated from The Johns Hopkins University, then attended law school for a year at Notre Dame and finished his law degree at an evening law school program. Tom’s consulting experience is with small firms & complex litigation matters where he’s worked on several major cases. He has been appointed as a technical consultant by various federal & state courts on cases dealing with large amounts of electronic evidence & specializes in negotiating ESI exchange protocols. A frequent lecturer about technology, Tom also teaches CLE courses nationwide. A prolific writer, he is a co-author of the 2006 award-winning article, “In Katrina’s Wake”, which covered recovery efforts in the legal community of post-Katrina. He is the author of the 2nd, 3rd & 4th Ed. of The Automated Law Firm: A Guide to Computer Systems & Software published by Aspen. He also authored EDiscovery for Small Cases.