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Relativity Fest 2018

Jim Schraven

Senior Processing SME, Relativity

Speaker Bio

Jim Schraven has worked in litigation support for nearly 20 years, starting with Ipro, moving to iDiscover, and now with Relativity. While with iDiscover, he worked on the development of Invariant and the remote processing console. Prior to entering the litigation support field, he spent eight years in the Navy. He currently resides in Phoenix, AZ with his wife and two children.

PR225274 - Workshop: Relativity Processing Console This workshop is designed for attendees who have experience using the Relativity Processing Console (RPC) as well as users just getting started with the RPC. In this session, we'll cover basics on how to use the RPC as a tool for monitoring and managing workers and jobs; functionality of the matter inspector and using it to locate metadata; using the RPC to create a metadata overlay for published files; and creating saved fields for use in the Relativity 9.6 front end. 3 Hours Workshop Jim Schraven - Senior Processing SME, Relativity
Robert Simpson - Principal Software Engineer, Processing, Relativity