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Is Technology Assisted Review the Holy Grail for E-Discovery?

Is Technology Assisted Review the Holy Grail for E-Discovery?

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CATALYST AND THE RBA PROUDLY PRESENT

Is Technology Assisted Review the Holy Grail for E-Discovery?


Speaking Event
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
CATALYST AND THE RBA
PROUDLY PRESENT:

As the volume of data increases, companies located in Japan and their counsel are looking for new and better ways to manage discovery documents. Predictive Coding, also known as Technology Assisted Review or TAR, is being hailed as the “Holy Grail” of e-discovery because of its promise to cut review costs by 50% or more. With review making up 73% of the e-discovery budget, this is a topic that cannot be ignored. Please join the RBA in welcoming John Tredennick for his presentation covering:

An introduction to TAR for beginners and experts alike. How does it work?

Why does it work? Who should use it?

What kinds of savings can I expect? When is it most effective?

Defending the process: What lawyers can do to justify their TAR process and protect their production decisions.

The law of Technology Assisted Review. What are the Courts saying about using TAR?
CATALYST AND THE RBA PROUDLY PRESENT

Is Technology Assisted Review the Holy Grail for E-Discovery?


Speaking Event
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
CATALYST AND THE RBA
PROUDLY PRESENT:

As the volume of data increases, companies located in Japan and their counsel are looking for new and better ways to manage discovery documents. Predictive Coding, also known as Technology Assisted Review or TAR, is being hailed as the “Holy Grail” of e-discovery because of its promise to cut review costs by 50% or more. With review making up 73% of the e-discovery budget, this is a topic that cannot be ignored. Please join the RBA in welcoming John Tredennick for his presentation covering:

An introduction to TAR for beginners and experts alike. How does it work?

Why does it work? Who should use it?

What kinds of savings can I expect? When is it most effective?

Defending the process: What lawyers can do to justify their TAR process and protect their production decisions.

The law of Technology Assisted Review. What are the Courts saying about using TAR?

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Published by: Jason Manuel De Herrera on Oct 24, 2013
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