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Relativity Fest 2018

Michelle Six

Of Counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP

Speaker Bio

Michelle Six is Of Counsel in Kirkland's New York office, where she focuses exclusively on electronic discovery law, concentrating on creating, monitoring, and implementing best practices and strategies for e-discovery. She works collaboratively with clients in the U.S. and Europe on the development and implementation of strategic and cost-effective discovery solutions for their litigation needs, offering efficient approaches to leveraging document review technology and staffing options for document review projects, technology selections, forensic collections, cost-shifting and cross-border discovery, search methodology, and computer assisted review. She has extensive experience with the collection and analysis of electronically stored information, and has had wide-ranging involvement with large commercial litigations, handling multiple databases of electronic files and managing complex metadata for biotechnology, trademark, and pharmaceutical matters as well as multiple antitrust disputes. Michelle works closely with both clients and litigation technology professionals to analyze metrics, workflows and new technologies, and to identify and implement opportunities for improving quality and efficiency in e-discovery processes. She frequently speaks at conferences and CLE programs on issues and solutions related to electronic discovery.Prior to joining Kirkland, Michelle specialized in electronic discovery law at Kaye Scholer LLP.

PR187891 - Smarter Discovery in the App Age Slack. Snapchat. WhatsApp. Beekeeper. Uno Noteband. The next “big thing” app you’ve never heard of but is guaranteed to give you headaches in the near future. You get the picture. It’s getting harder to piece together all of this "new” data with the "old” data from traditional email and corporate networks. The problem is that as organizations grow more global, mobile, and collaborative, more of the critical interactions are taking place in the “new” data format. Effective discovery and investigations require the ability to easily and quickly gather and understand this "new” data in context with the "old” data.

Attend this session to learn how to put method around this data madness. Discussion points will include technology that enables easier connections to "new" data sources, how analytics can help make sense of this new data, how to marry the metadata within this "new" data to gain a 360-degree view into the matter, and how to integrate all of these activities into a Relativity workflow.

This session has been submitted for CLE accreditation.
1 Hour Panel Wendy King - Managing Director, FTI
Michelle Six - Of Counsel, Kirkland & Ellis LLP
Cat Casey - Director, Global Practice Services, Gibson Dunn
Adam Strayer - Ediscovery Analysis & Review Technology Manager, Paul, Weiss
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