Senior Product Manager, Product Development

Karl is responsible for the innovation, development, and deployment of cutting-edge big data analytic based products that create better and more optimized legal outcomes for our clients, including the reduction of cost and risk. After graduating from SUNY Albany with a B.S. in Computer Science and Applied Mathematics in 2003, Karl joined a start-up ediscovery services company where he learned everything he could about the world of legal including operations, development, services, and strategy. With more than 16 years of expertise in the legal industry, creating data-centric solutions, and applying risk mitigation tactics, Karl possesses a strong background that has allowed him to help reduce legal costs, improve precision and recall rates, and gain favorable legal results.

Advanced Analytics – The Key to Mitigating Big Data Risks

Published Tue, November 24, 2020 by Karl Sobylak

Big data sets are the “new normal” of discovery and bring with them six sinister large data set challenges, as recently detailed in my colleague Nick’s article. These challenges range from classics like overly broad privileged screens, to newer risks in ensuring sensitive information (such as personally identifiable information (PII) or proprietary information such as source code) does not inadvertently make its way into the hands of opposing parties or government regulators. While these challenges may seem insurmountable due to...

Big Data and Analytics in eDiscovery: Unlock the Value of Your Data

Published Wed, May 20, 2020 by Karl Sobylak

The current state of ediscovery is complex, inefficient, and cost prohibitive as data types and volumes continue to explode without bounds. Organizations of all sizes are bogged down in enormous amounts of unresponsive and duplicative electronically stored information (ESI) that still make it to the review stage, persistently the most expensive phase of ediscovery.

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