over 13 years of experience in the litigation support field. As the leader of her firm’s department, she
actively evaluates and assesses new technologies for effectiveness, cost and
potential implementation. She has
managed cases of all sizes including large multi-jurisdictional and multi-party
matters involving terabytes of information.
Lori works closely with attorneys, legal assistants and IT staff to
develop and implement litigation support technologies for all phases of a
case. She also works as a technical
consultant on electronic discovery projects, providing practical knowledge on
retrieval, processing, review and production of electronic data. Her responsibilities consist of prioritizing
and managing new projects including: application support; database development;
satellite trial site set up; training; testing; and creation of end-user
documentation. Lori also has extensive
experience with the coordination of in-house and off-site document review
projects, developing databases and methodologies to track progress. Prior to
joining Chadbourne & Parke, Lori was the Manager of Litigation Support
Services at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, LLP.
She received her J.D. from American University, Washington College of
Canterino, Empire Discovery
Frank Canterino is the Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founding
Partner of Empire Discovery. Frank is a nationally recognized industry
leader with over 13 years of Legal Technology experience. He is an expert
in eDiscovery and responsible for Empire Discovery’s cutting edge
technology. Frank regularly advises clients on Litigation Readiness, Data
Collection Strategy, Early Data Assessment, Defensible Data Reduction, Rule 26F
Meet and Confer Negotiations and eDiscovery Software Implementation. Frank
has consulted on a wide range of cases involving Employment and Labor,
Securities, Patents, Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property and
Bankruptcy. Prior to creating Empire Discovery, Frank spent 8 years with a
regional Litigation Support company. During his last 4 years, Frank served as
the Executive Vice President of Sales and Client Services, where he
helped shift the company’s focus from paper to technology-based solutions.
Redlich, Allen Overy
Chris Redlich is Litigation Support Manager - Americas for the
international law firm Allen & Overy LLP.
With more than thirteen years of litigation technology experience, Chris helps
case teams and clients leverage the right mix of technology to meet their
discovery needs. Through his extensive
knowledge of eDiscovery best practices and industry standards, Chris is
frequently called upon by his peers seeking advisement on handling large scale,
high profile matters. At Allen &
Overy, Chris is responsible for all eDiscovery related duties for the
Americas. Since building their
litigation support department from the ground up, Chris has implemented
cutting-edge technology, such as predictive coding, to the firm. He often manages large scale reviews for
major corporations and financial institutions and has experience in managing
trial support for high profile trials such as WorldCom and most recently, the
trial of Fabrice Tourre. Prior to joining Allen & Overy, Chris was
Litigation Support Manager at Curtis Mallet, where he was responsible for the
formation of that department.
Almonte, Greenberg Traurig LLP
Almonte is one of the most innovative technical solutions architects in the
eDiscovery industry. Beginning his career as an Oracle/SQL DBA for Multinational
Computer Models, a private financial software firm, Manny implemented global
databases which integrating multiple systems, including hedge fund, securities,
and risk management. After a successful career in the financial sector, Manny
transitioned into the legal profession as an IT Helpdesk Specialist for
Lowenstein Sandler, an AMLAW Top 200 law firm.
While at Lowenstein Sandler, he was promoted into the Litigation Support
Department, where he began work as a technical specialist and trial support analyst.
After nearly 20 years in the legal profession, Manny is currently an eDiscovery
Project Manager with Greenberg Traurig, an AMLAW Top 20 Law firm, where the supervises the New York
and Eastern Regional Litigation Support Departments. Over the past five years, he has developed
significant experience in the management of complex discovery practices. Manny
focuses mainly on the various electronic discovery procedures in preservation,
collection, including large-scale document reviews, document production, and
trial support. In 2012, Manny published
a white paper, Orcatec’s Predictive
Coding Successful Where Keyword Culling Fails, on the successful use of
Technology Assisted Review.
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