Wednesday, 13 July 2011 19:58

Servient Adds E-Discovery Consultants in Texas and New York to Support Growing Demand for its Predictive Review Technology

By Randy Labuzinski

Servient, a leader in e-discovery technology who's Predictive Review process combines advanced machine learning with attorney review, has announced that William O. Schieffelin and Michael R. Manzo have joined the company as senior electronic discovery consultants.

HOUSTON '” Servient, a leader in e-discovery technology who's Predictive Review process combines advanced machine learning with attorney review, has announced that William O. Schieffelin and Michael R. Manzo have joined the company as senior electronic discovery consultants.

Based in Austin, Texas, Schieffelin will support and advise the company's growing customer base in the Southwest United States.  Manzo is based in New York and will support Servient's clients in the Northeast.

Schieffelin is a seasoned legal services executive with significant successes coordinating and consulting on e-discovery and legal project management for national law firms and corporations. Also an attorney, Schieffelin joins Servient from Counsel on Call where he most recently served as vice president of business development.  He also previously held positions with SPi Global Solutions and Thomson Reuters and has worked in the legal services industry for more than 20 years.

Manzo has a diverse background and more than a decade of experience that includes litigation and financial services, as well as computer network systems. His most recent positions at UHY Advisors and Autonomy involved work within the legal services industry.

"Both Mike and Bill have extensive backgrounds in legal services and in managing large scale e-discovery projects for national and international organizations," said Jim Renehan, Servient vice president of business development. "Their experience with the complexities of significant legal matters is a great match for our Predictive Review machine learning systems and analytics offering, and will help us enhance and expand our services to meet growing demand.'


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