Shepherd Speaks: Early Case Assessment (ECA) and Relativity 9.4 Enhancements

Shepherd Speaks: Managing eDiscovery Effectively in a Changing World Series


Early Case Assessment (ECA) and Relativity 9.4 Enhancements

Presentation followed by 9.4 Martinis & Appetizers 


   Wednesday, September 14, 2016
   3:00 PM to 4:00 PM 


 Shepherd Data Services’ Training Center
400 Rand Tower, 527 Marquette Avenue, Minneapolis MN 55402


Presentation by

Ben Legatt
Shepherd Data Services’ Vice President of Consulting Services

Brandon Ward
Shepherd Data Services’ Vice President of Information Systems

Lindsay Wilkes
kCura Channel Account Manager


Early Case Assessment has taken a great leap forward.  In our session, we will introduce you to Relativity 9.4 and the new Relativity ECA platform, which enables users to have greatly enhanced insight into the volume, location, and nature of electronically stored information.

We will examine:

  • The power of Relativity ECA’s dashboards and visualization tools.
  • A view of the data in which you can search, apply analytics, utilize filters, and cull data prior to review.
  • Tracking, searching, and culling results in real time.
  • Cost-reduction implications of applying analytics at the pre-processing stage.
  • Setting your case’s eDiscovery strategy, at a less costly phase of eDiscovery.

Our speakers will also explore a number of the 170 enhancements to Relativity 9.4.


About the presenters:

Ben Legatt is Shepherd Data Services’ Vice President of Consulting Services.  His litigation and trial experience started in 2001. Ben focuses on troubleshooting day-­to-day client technology issues, and uses his litigation experience to assist clients in discovery planning and preparation.

Brandon Ward, Shepherd Data Services’ Vice President of Information Systems, has worked on the technology side of the legal industry since 2003. He provides expertise in generating custom solutions for clients. His extensive experience as a programmer of business and technical platforms enables Brandon to step in as a leader of Shepherd Data Services’ solutions team.

Lindsay Wilkes is an account manager on the Channel Sales team at kCura.  Prior to joining kCura in 2013, she practiced law in Chicago and North Carolina and has worked in the eDiscovery industry since 2009. In her current role at kCura, she works to keep customers educated on Relativity and provides resources to assist them in best leveraging the platform.


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