Webcast: Technology Assisted Review
Tuesday, March 25
1.0 CLE credit applied for this program.
Webcast: Technology Assisted Review: What Is It, What Does (And Doesn't) It Do, and Does It Suffice Under State and Federal Rules?
massive volumes of data kept by even small companies involved in
litigation have pushed e-discovery into a new wave: technology-assisted
review, which uses linguistic patterns and statistical analysis to
reduce review time and provide information about document populations as
a whole. Please join us for an informative chat with e-discovery
providers and experienced discovery counsel about these technologies and
recent decisions regarding their use under the state and federal rules.
- Get a high-level understanding of how technology-assisted review works
- Learn how it can accelerate your document review and improve accuracy
- Understand recent judicial decisions regarding the use of technology-assisted review under state and federal law
- Sheila Mackay, Vice President of eDiscovery Consulting, Xerox Litigation Services
- Victoria Oliver, eDiscovery Project Manager, Google
- Christopher Wimmer Founder, Emergent Legal (moderator)
- Meaghan Zore, Adjunct Professor at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and Attorney, Zore Law
This program is done online. Registrations must be done through InReach.
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