How to Identify the Right KPIs for eDiscovery Success


Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Time: 2:00 p.m. EST | 11 a.m. PST

Cost: Complimentary

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Everyone knows metrics are important — but in a vast sea of options, which ones provide the most actionable insights?

Join Brett Tarr from Caesars Entertainment, Jenifer Johnston, Senior Deputy City Attorney for the City of Portland and Jennifer Bantelman from Zapproved as they demonstrate how to identify the most important KPIs, and explore how technology can be leveraged to estimate, control, and manage litigation and ediscovery budgets, timelines, and outcomes.

Join this webcast and walk away knowing how to:

  • Determine crucial KPIs to focus on for eDiscovery
  • How technology can help better identify and report on those KPIs
  • How those KPIs help manage costs, timelines, and results

Start identifying which metrics are truly important for actionable insights.



Brett Tarr | Chief Counsel, E-Discovery and Information Governance | Caesars Entertainment

Brett Tarr serves as Chief Counsel, Ediscovery & Information Governance for Caesars Entertainment and leads the E-Discovery, information governance, and privacy functions for the organization.

Jenifer Johnston | Senior Deputy City Attorney, Office of City Attorney | City of Portland

Jenifer Johnston is a Senior Deputy City Attorney for the City of Portland. She joined the Office of City Attorney in 1998, becoming a Senior Deputy in 2013. Her litigation practice emphasizes employment and civil rights litigation in state and federal court.

Jennifer Bantelman, | Senior Director, Solutions Engineering | Zapproved

Jennifer has worked in software and technology for the past decade, and currently leads product operations at Zapproved, where she ensures products are designed to assist companies as they enhance their ediscovery processes through technology and workflow improvement. Jennifer is a content director for the PREX Conference, and holds a Master’s in Strategic Communication

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