Posts Tagged "Review"

LegalTech NYC 2016

LegalTech NYC 2016

LegalTech, for those who are unfamiliar, is the preeminent legal technology show in the world and is being held in New York City from Tuesday, February 2 through Thursday February 4, 2016. One reason we are hosting this show before Legal Tech is to provide advice on how to get the most out of the event.

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eDiscovery Pioneers Craig Ball and Tom O’Connor Launch New Podcast Series

eDiscovery Pioneers Craig Ball and Tom O’Connor Launch New Podcast Series

Craig Ball and Tom O’Connor join us to talk about their new E-Discovery podcast series. These two guests are witty and intelligent on e-discovery issues. We are thrilled to have them on our show to discuss their educational views on e-discovery topics.

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Law Firm Outsourcing of eDiscovery

Law Firm Outsourcing of eDiscovery

Learn about how law firms view outsourcing eDiscovery tasks like collection, processing, hosting and reviewing data to technology oriented vendors. Some firms want to own the EDRM model. Others want to outsource. And others consider eDiscovery a distraction to the practice of law so they ignore it.

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Top 10 eDiscovery Cases of 2013 with Ron Hedges

Top 10 eDiscovery Cases of 2013 with Ron Hedges

Former New Jersey Magistrate Judge and E-Discovery Expert Ron Hedges as well as attorney Patricia Antezana discuss 2013’s Top 10 eDiscovery cases.

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Discovery Land Show

Discovery Land Show

This show takes a special look back at the E-Discovery Board Game built in 2005 by Karl as he is joined by some of the experts featured prominently in the game. Guests include Kevin Esposito – the million dollar bill, Jim Michalowicz – the $500,000 bill, Jim Daley – the $100,000 bill and Tim Opsitnick – the $50,000 bill. The purpose of the show is to look back at how we saw issues back in 2005 when we built the game and then look forward to 2014 and see if we see things the same way now.

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EDI Oracle Study on Technology Assisted Review (“TAR”)

EDI Oracle Study on Technology Assisted Review (“TAR”)

Learn about the recent study by the eDiscovery institute with Oracle that involved ranking different predictive coding tools. What started as a “bake off” between technology assisted review (“TAR”) tools is now turning into a wonderful source of data on TAR.

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Biomet a BioMess?

Biomet a BioMess?

Discussion of the Biomet M2a Magnum Hip Implant Products Liability Litigation (MDL 2391) regarding the pre-cull of ESI using keywords before predictive coding.

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Making Predictive Coding Pizza at the DESI V Conference in Rome

Making Predictive Coding Pizza at the DESI V Conference in Rome

In this show, we talk about the upcoming DESI V conference in Rome, Italy which will focus on predictive coding. DESI is a more technical conference than the typical CLE program and you are just as apt to meet a thought leader who is a lawyer as you are likely to meet the chief scientist behind software you might be using or might be hitting the market soon. It is a pure and academic experience which I highly recommend after attending DESI IV in Pittsburgh, PA in 2011.

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eDJ and ReviewLess Predictive Coding Boot Camps

eDJ and ReviewLess Predictive Coding Boot Camps

Karl is joined by Barry Murphy, analyst for the eDJ Group , who will be talking about the series of boot camps they are bringing to cities around the country. The goal is to seed more lawyers who can be conversant about these tools and to make it accessible and affordable. That is why we are not just doing a big conference that attendees need to travel to and pay hundreds or thousands of dollars to attend plus travel costs.

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Predictive Coding Gets a Glossary

Predictive Coding Gets a Glossary

Learn about the recent publication by Dr. Maura Grossman and Dr. Gordon Cormack entitled The Grossman-Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review published in Volume 7 Issue 1 of the Federal Courts Law Review in 2013. Joining us on this show are the Honorable John M. Facciola from the District of Columbia who wrote the foreword to the Glossary and Maura R. Grossman, Counsel at Wachtell Lipton, Rosen & Katz and and Dr. Gordon V. Cormack Professor from the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario.

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eDiscovery Journal Predictive Coding Survey

eDiscovery Journal Predictive Coding Survey

Learn about a new survey from the eDiscovery Journal that seeks to better understand the current state of predictive coding.

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Chelsea Schieneman 2012 E-Discovery Survey of Law Firms and Document Review

Chelsea Schieneman 2012 E-Discovery Survey of Law Firms and Document Review

We’ll discuss the results of an extremely interesting Senior Year student marketing research project at John Carroll University where 218 attorneys were surveyed from around the country on their views regarding document review projects.

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Evaluating Search and Retrieval Tools in Electronic Discovery

This show will generally discuss the different types of search tools that are out there and why they all operate differently. We will discuss some fairly granular issues which the unwary might not notice when relying on a search engine to find everything. Topics we will discuss include the differences between search engines, how search engines operate, the role stop words play within search engines, to what extent hiring search experts is required, strategies for deduplicating documents, how to store data in your search engine, wading through misspelled words, variants and synonyms, the issue of saving accurate time zone metadata in ESI, different quality control steps for review, how to evaluate different search engines, and where these two experts believe the field of search will be heading in the next few years.

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