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Kelly Atherton Joins the Driven Consulting Team

Kelly Atherton joins the driven consulting team

Driven, Inc. is delighted to announce that eDiscovery expert and technology-assisted review (TAR) specialist Kelly Atherton has joined its consulting services practice.

Kelly is a seasoned lawyer whose complex business litigation practice fueled the development of her eDiscovery expertise. Kelly is also an experienced eDiscovery technologist who has managed TAR workflows and the use of other analytics for several years and on hundreds of complex U.S. and international litigation matters. Kelly is an active member of The Sedona Conference and has contributed to the organization’s initiatives on various levels including leading the group’s key diversity committee.

“Driven has already redefined the concept of eDiscovery consulting,” remarked Driven CEO Ozzy Jimenez. “With Kelly now on board, I expect Driven will enhance the level of service we offer our clients. Kelly will provide just the right touch addressing the thorny interplay between technology, legal consulting, and client services.”

Kelly will join Driven’s growing consulting practice, which also includes Tara Emory, Phil Favro, Eric Mandel, and Gregg Parker. She will be working directly with Driven’s clients to address the increasingly complex issues at the intersection of law and technology, including eDiscovery, data privacy and data protection, and the use of TAR and other analytics for information search and retrieval.

“Kelly has an impressive background and knows eDiscovery. Her expertise in litigation, technology, and analytics will enhance the type of value our clients have grown accustomed to having at Driven. We are thrilled to have Kelly on the team,” observed Tara Emory, Director of Consulting at Driven.