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Steve Sawyer - FRONTEO

Steve Sawyer is Manager of Review Services for FRONTEO, and is a member of the Data Science & Strategy team. Mr. Sawyer is a Relativity Certified Review Specialist, and works with clients to implement review workflows leveraging analytics and customized reporting to deliver efficient, defensible productions.

Recent Posts

How to Win the Race for Defensible Productions

2017-04-25+0000| | Review & Production, Law Firm, Litigation Support

160513_FRONTEO_logo_H_RGB_Color.pngThis article was originally published on the FRONTEO blog. It's a good look at the many workflow components that can maximize your team's efforts during review, so we wanted to share it here as well.

The review phase of an e-discovery project can look and feel like a lap of a relay race, where the baton has been handed off and the rest of the team cheers from the sidelines. Yet, a truly successful review requires planning and continued buy-in among all stakeholders. This starts with the development of a workflow, or defined project timeline. By preparing ahead and sticking with this workflow, the team can work together as partners towards efficient, defensible productions.

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5 Unique Challenges of Second Requests

2017-04-25+0000| | Review & Production, Analytics & Assisted Review, In-house Counsel, Law Firm

160513_FRONTEO_logo_H_RGB_Color.pngThis article was originally published on the FRONTEO Blog. It's an informative look at what sets second requests apart from other types of e-discovery projects. Check out the original version here.

Under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act, both parties involved in a transaction must file a “Notification and Report Form” with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Antitrust Division to obtain approval for before mergers, tender offers, or other acquisition transactions.

After review of the original notification documents, the FTC or the Antitrust Division may request more information in the form of a “Request for Additional Information and Documentary Materials,” more commonly referred to as a “Second Request.”

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