Driven, Inc. is pleased to announce that technology-assisted review (TAR) expert and eDiscovery specialist Lilith Bat-Leah has joined its consulting services practice and will serve as Driven’s Director of Data Science and AI Strategy. In this role, Lilith will be working directly with Driven’s clients to address increasingly complex issues at the intersection of law and technology. This includes the design and application of workflows involving TAR and other analytics for information search and retrieval.
Lilith is a seasoned professional whose prior research and development experience marks her proficiency in eDiscovery with distinction. She specializes in the application of statistics, analytics, machine learning, and data science. Drawing upon this background, Lilith has designed TAR workflows and deftly used other analytics in connection with complex U.S. and cross-border litigation matters. In addition, she regularly participates in negotiations around eDiscovery and has provided expert testimony in domestic and international court proceedings.
“Driven offers its clients an unparalleled service through its eDiscovery consulting practice,” explained Driven CEO Ozzy Jimenez. “With her technical experience, Lilith will enhance Driven’s service offerings across the board, better enabling our consulting group and company overall to leverage cutting edge technology.”
Lilith will join Driven’s growing consulting practice, which also includes Tara Emory, Phil Favro, Eric Mandel, and Gregg Parker. “Lilith is an outstanding technologist and understands the interplay between legal and technical issues for eDiscovery. Her expertise in TAR, machine learning, and analytics will provide increased value to our clients. We are delighted to have Lilith on board,” shared Tara Emory, the Director of Consulting at Driven.
Lilith is active in eDiscovery industry organizations including the EDRM, where she serves on the EDRM Executive Advisory Council and co-chairs the EDRM Analytics and Machine Learning Project. Lilith is ACEDS-certified, was a founding board member of the ACEDS Chicago Chapter, and additionally serves on the ACEDS New York Chapter board. She is also a member of The Sedona Conference and Women in eDiscovery.