Karl Schieneman, Esq. /MBA is Co – CEO at Inspired Review. He is an electronic discovery innovator with a broad based e-discovery background and a focus on designing review workflow and technology assisted review.
He has assisted companies and law firms nationally with implementing predictive coding in a defensible manner and as the Special Master appointed in Federal Bankruptcy Court in the billion dollar Garlock Asbestos litigation for e-discovery issues. He was part of the Global Aerospace team defending the first predictive coding case in the country challenged by the opposing party which was featured in the movie the Decade of Discovery and Wall Street Journal and trained hundreds of lawyers and judges across the country on predictive coding usage and defensibility including co-writing the first comprehensive law review article on TAR defensibility for the Federal Courts Law Review entitled The Implications of Rule 26(g).
Karl has created new models of document review which have been incorporated both in locked down, onsite review centers and in secure, remote review workflows. These innovations have been used to lock down review centers in Frankfurt, Germany and to staff hundreds of successful remote review projects.
Karl brings 20 years of experience in the document review space and has been a pioneer in the field as far back as 2002 when he staffed one of the first Midwest sourcing projects with 250 attorneys in the Baycol and PPA litigations. Karl is a past Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Winner, been on the Inc 5000 list eight times with three different companies, and frequently speaks and writes on E-Discovery topics including as co-host of ESIBytes.com with 250 public and free podcasts co-hosted with retired Judge John Facciola. Karl has provided chapters for PBI’s book eDiscovery since 2003 being published soon in its 4th edition on Project Management and Predictive Coding.