Brett Tarr serves as Counsel, E-Discovery & Information Governance for Caesars Entertainment and leads the e-discovery, information governance, and privacy functions for the organization. He has spent the last 15+ years working exclusively in the areas of electronic discovery and information governance,
and joined the law department at Caesars Entertainment in 2012 to build develop in-house capabilities and defensible workflows for e-discovery, information governance, legal operations, and data privacy.
Mr. Tarr takes a holistic approach to legal challenges, leveraging innovative processes and emerging technologies to create new workflows, improve operating efficiencies, and optimize risk for law departments and organizations overall. He works to drive a proactive legal function that turns the Law Department into a business partner rather than a reactive cost center.
Mr. Tarr participates in numerous industry workgroups including EDRM, ACC, ARMA, AIIM, IGI, and Sedona Conference, as well as publishing content for ILTA, the Association of Corporate Counsel, and other national publications. He has authored numerous articles and speaks regularly on a range of topics including electronic discovery, computer forensics, legal analytics, information governance, data privacy, data security, and development of defensible processes.
Brett Tarr graduated from UCLA majoring in History, English, and psychology. He went on to receive his Juris Doctor from Duke University School of Law, and also earned an MBA from Georgia State University with concentrations in information systems and marketing.