In today’s “big data” environment, the greatest obstacle to an efficient and streamlined investigation or dispute resolution process is the sheer volume of potentially relevant electronic documents. In a typical dispute or investigation, the cost of collecting, processing, and reviewing electronic documents can account for 60-70% of a company’s total legal spend.
This is compounded by the fact that a reliable assessment of the merits often cannot occur until document discovery is complete. Fortunately, sophisticated AI and data analytics tools are now available to quickly separate the digital wheat from the chaff and identify the most relevant documents for efficient case assessment and planning purposes. This panel of private practitioners and data analytics specialists will discuss the power and potential of such tools through the use of a series of real-world case studies.
This program has been approved for one-hour of substantive CLE credit in Pennsylvania and one-hour of technology CLE credit in Florida. Accreditation for this program is pending for one substantive credit in California, Georgia, and New York (experienced attorneys). Credit is also provided for any reciprocal jurisdiction.
Daniel Meyers - President, Consulting & Information Governance
Brittany Field - Director, Consulting Services
Michael Kriegal - Vice President, Consulting Services