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Getting Off the Sidelines and into the Game using Technology Assisted Review: eDiscovery Webcasts

The use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) has been accepted in the courts for several years, but most lawyers still don’t use it and many still don’t know what it is or how it works. Why not?  We will discuss this and other questions in a webcast next week.

On Wednesday, April 25 at noon CST (1:00pm EST, 10:00am PST), CloudNine will conduct the webcast Getting Off the Sidelines and into the Game using Technology Assisted Review. In this one-hour webcast that’s CLE-approved in selected states, will discuss what TAR really is, when it may be appropriate to consider for your case, what challenges can impact the use of TAR and how to get started. Topics include:

  • Understanding the Goals for Retrieving Responsive ESI
  • Defining the Terminology of TAR
  • Different Forms of TAR and How They Are Used
  • Acceptance of Predictive Coding by the Courts
  • How Big Does Your Case Need to Be to use Predictive Coding?
  • Considerations for Using Predictive Coding
  • Challenges to an Effective Predictive Coding Process
  • Confirming a Successful Result with Predictive Coding
  • How to Get Started with Your First Case using Predictive Coding
  • Resources for More Information

Once again, I’ll be presenting the webcast, along with Tom O’Connor, who recently wrote an article about TAR that we are currently covering on this blog (parts one and two were published last week, the remaining two parts will be published this week).  To register for it, click here.  Even if you can’t make it, go ahead and register to get a link to the slides and to the recording of the webcast (if you want to check it out later).  If you want to learn about TAR, what it is and how to get started, this is the webcast for you!

So, what do you think?  Do you use TAR to assist in review in your cases?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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