MPA July Litigation and Legal Technology Sectional

  • July 13, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Remote Available


Registration is closed

Topic: Perfecting Privilege and Redactions

Privileged and confidential. How can an attorney prevent protected documents from production?

502(b) of the FRCP requires “reasonable steps to prevent disclosure.”

Brandon Rimnac, Director of Consulting at TransPerfect Legal Services, and Jim Sullivan, attorney at Sullivan & Tarnowski PLLP, will demonstrate how technology solutions can assist with ways to maximize efficiency when reviewing privilege documents to ensure compliance.

Reduce the need for claw-backs by discovering tips and tricks to ensure your client’s privileged documents stay privileged.

Speakers:  Brandon Rimnac, Jim Sullivan

Jim Sullivan

Jim Sullivan is an attorney for Sullivan & Tarnowski PLLP and technologist for Oxsome Web Services. Mr. Sullivan has successfully implemented predictive coding on hundreds of legal matters over the past decade. He has consulted on matters in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Mr. Sullivan has written and spoken widely on the use of predictive coding in electronic discovery both in the United States and abroad. Mr. Sullivan received his Bachelor of Science degree from Minnesota State University with a major in computer science and mathematics in 2004. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Hamline University in 2007.

Brandon Rimnac

Brandon Rimnac is a Director of Consulting Services for Transperfect Legal Solutions. Mr. Rimnac is a subject matter expert for all stages of EDiscovery, from processing to production, and has consulted with government agencies on extraordinarily complex cases, including several dozen mergers and acquisitions. He has used his experience to assist over one hundred colleagues gain industry certifications through internal training programs, and has traveled the United States and internationally to speak at law firms and trade shows about predictive coding and other advanced analytics used in EDiscovery.

CLE credit has been requested.

Remote attendance is available.

Member Cost: Free 
Non-Member Cost: $15

Please register no later than  July 12, 2021.

If you have any questions about this CLE event, please contact the Litigation co-chairs, Stefanie Lee and Tara Gardell at and copy

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