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Hosted Solutions Product Manager

Robyn Fortier is a Senior Hosted Solutions Project Manager with over 15 years of ediscovery experience, 10 of which have been in project management roles. Robyn began her ediscovery career in 2001 working for Electronic Evidence Discovery (now DTI) where she progressed from managing large litigation projects to managing testing of ediscovery software development releases. Robyn later worked as an IT Business Analyst at an Am Law 100 law firm supporting the ediscovery practice group. In her career, she has also explored high tech solutions as a Program Manager at Microsoft and as a Quality Assurance Analyst at Amazon.com.

Robyn has managed cases in almost every area of law, bringing her pragmatic approach to them all. She strongly advocates for building efficiencies in workflows during review and is especially interested in driving new technologies that rapidly change the business, such as assisted review, early case assessment and analytics platforms.

Robyn earned her B.A. in Art History and a Certificate in Project Management from University of Washington. She is a Relativity Certified Expert and ACEDS certified.

Innovation Trends & Predictions in eDiscovery

Published Wed, December 20, 2017 by Robyn Fortier

Drilling Down into Innovation Trends from Relativity Fest

Prior to announcing the Innovation Awards at Relativity Fest in October, the Relativity team summarized four themes across the innovation submissions:

  • Project management and collaboration
  • Data transformation, management, and normalization
  • Handling new and challenging data types
  • Reusing/getting more from your data (unique workflows)

Drill down further into key features across these themes and interesting trends surface that might help in predicting new or evolving innovations for...

eDiscovery Trends at Relativity Fest – Visualizing Data and the Significance of the Process

Published Fri, November 20, 2015 by Robyn Fortier

After attending Relativity Fest this past fall I came away with many new ideas about technology and how it is shaping some recent ediscovery trends, especially when it comes to visualizing data and how that is applicable to the overall ediscovery process. Below are few key takeaways:

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