This webinar was recorded on August 17, 2016, and is now available for playback. It was the third in our series of “Quick Study” webinars, which takes just 30 minutes and are designed to help you to quickly get up to speed on topics important to today’s busy legal professionals.

Topics covered:

  • EU Safe Harbor invalidation and Privacy Shield update
  • New EU Data Privacy regulations and how the industry is addressing the problem
  • Cross border e-discovery decisions and their implementation across Europe
  • What’s next/what are we waiting for?


Caragh Landry, Global Head of Onshore Managed Review
Caragh is an 18-year veteran of the discovery/e-discovery field and an expert in workflow design and continuous improvement programs for technology-assisted review (TAR) and predictive coding (PC) processes, including the design of several review and TAR/PC platforms. In her role on the Executive Management Team at Integreon, she oversees the firm’s Onshore Managed Document Review business and operations in both the US and UK. She frequently consults, speaks and writes on the benefits of TAR and PC, and how these technology-driven processes can be practically applied to drive greater efficiency and improved quality in the document review process. She also regularly follows and writes about developments in related areas, such as the ongoing changes to EU data privacy requirements.

Joe Pirrotta, Vice President of Onshore Managed Review
Joe oversees project management for onshore managed review across Integreon’s US and UK delivery centers. Since joining Integreon in 2009, he has helped to grow and develop the document review business to accommodate projects involving hundreds of attorneys and millions of documents. He has also managed projects across the EDRM spectrum, working with Fortune 100 companies and top law firms on large-scale commercial litigations, internal investigations, and regulatory proceedings. Joe works extensively with offshore and onshore teams on all major international engagements. He has significant international experience, having lived, worked and studied in England, Spain, Portugal and Brazil. He uses this experience to assist clients on issues related to cross-border discovery, international investigations and foreign language reviews. Joe earned a J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law and was recognized by the GRAMMY Foundation Entertainment Law Initiative for his work in copyright law.