Scott Kane Speaks at the 2013 Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute
Squire Sanders partner Scott Kane was a speaker at the 10th Annual 2013 Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute in Washington, DC. The Institute is one of the preeminent electronic discovery conferences in the country and draws hundreds of judges, in-house and outside counsel, technology professionals, and other attendees. This year’s program discussed the use of technology assisted review (also known as predictive coding) in electronic discovery. Mr. Kane’s session, “Determining when Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) is or isn’t the Right Solution,” addressed emerging legal authority from courts around the country, as well practical issues for implementing a defensible predictive coding process.
Mr. Kane leads Squire Sanders’ national eDiscovery & Data Management Team, which serves as a resource for lawyers and clients regarding defensible and cost effective strategies for the preservation and discovery of electronic documents. Mr. Kane teaches a course on eDiscovery issues as an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. He is also an active member of the Electronic Document Retention and Production Working Group of The Sedona Conference.