|Faculty:||Stephanie Giammarco, Jeffrey Gross|
|Production Date:||May 17, 2011|
|Practice Areas:||E-Discovery, Evidence, Law Practice Management, Litigation & Appeals|
Even with the technological revolution and e-discovery requirements by the courts, today’s discovery practices still involve attorney’s reviewing hard copy documents. In this program, attorney Jeffrey Gross and technology consultant Stephanie Giammarco teach practitioners how to use e-discovery to its full potential through “predictive coding” and computer-assisted document review. These presenters begin with a look at the current standard of human document review and its inevitable errors and costs, as well as the multiple issues with the implementation of keyword review. They then introduce “predictive coding” and explain how it works, including an analysis of its advantages and risks. Don’t miss this trip into the 21st Century to learn whether “predictive coding” and computer-assisted document review is the best option for that next case sitting on your desk.
I. 20th Century Document Review in the 21st Century
II. The Trouble with Keywords
III. Towards “Predictive Coding” or “Computer-Assisted Document Review”
IV. Are We There Yet?
Robert (Vienna, VA)
good information in discovery conversations for document management discussions with clients or potential legal employers for use in job search interviews - thank you
Kathryn (New York, NY)
Very informative and useful information communicated clearly.
Bruce (Richmond, VA)
William (Chicago, IL)
Martha (Hamburg, NJ)
Very current topic and information
Price: $59.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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