The MER is the only conference exclusively focused on addressing the key operational, technical, and legal issues associated with the life-cycle management of electronic records.
Enterprise search is evolving. New tools and technologies dictate new strategies. This year’s Enterprise Search Summit focuses on the supporting tools and technologies that lead to successful implementations. Whether your interest concerns internal search or customer-facing websites, presentations at Enterprise Search Summit give you practical information that you can act on when you return to your workplace.May 20-22
New York, NY
LegalTech® provides an in-depth look at what the technological world has in store for you and your practice AND offers an expansive exhibit floor with the most extensive gathering of innovative products designed to meet your current and future technology needs.May 21-22
Los Angeles, CA
This breakfast roundtable will explore the law of predictive coding, search adequacy requirements and strategic legal considerations. The subject matter will outline how the technology works, best practices for determining seed sets and case studies. Please note: This event is intended for Corporate General Counsels only.Jun 20
June 12, 2013
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Hosted by Inside Counsel
In this webinar, our speakers will examine the current state of cooperative discovery and assess the pros and cons when it comes to transparency. They will discuss whether and when it is advisable to disclose the use of technology in the discovery process, and best practices for such disclosure. They will also take up the often controversial issue of disclosure of seed sets, or training documents, and the perils for counsel when disclosing non-responsive information.Jun 12
In this webcast industry experts discuss how to build a business case for effective information governance, with emphasis on calculating the necessary risk and value elements as part of a compelling ROI (return on investment) analysis.
This webinar examines the current legal landscape and the reasons some are deciding to insource various aspects of eDiscovery, while others remain committed to outsourcing those same functions.
Among the topics covered in this webinar are the current state of Information Management technologies in relation to eDiscovery requirements and how categorization techniques can be used to defensibly and effectively manage and dispose of unneeded data.
This webinar focuses on how organizations are utilizing advanced review strategies to prioritize documents for more comprehensive Early Case Assessment (ECA) and to save money when performing the review of an entire document corpus.
This webcast will focus on the overall return on investment realized by using predictive coding and will shed light on the savings that can be achieved regardless of the size of the case.
Based on content from the book Predictive Coding For Dummies, Recommind Special Edition
This webinar will help you to understand how Predictive Coding works and why it’s considered more accurate and far less expensive than traditional linear review.
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This webinar will explain the Predictive Coding process steps in greater detail and show how it’s able to produce statistically better results, faster, and for a lower cost than current traditional linear review processes.
The rapid increase in the volume and sources of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) has changed how corporate legal departments plan for and react to litigation and eDiscovery.
In this webinar, Martin Tuip, Product Marketing Manager, Information Access at Recommind talks about how Decisiv Categorization helped the Department of Energy improve their record keeping operations.
Many legal departments are still looking for ways to reduce, or at least stop the growth, of their annual legal budgets. these strategies don’t address the real problem; the huge and growing amount of unmanaged and valueless electronic information. The straight forward and common sense way to reduce eDiscovery cost is to better manage ESI, including disposing of unneeded data that could be subject to an eDiscovery inquiry in the future.
In this video, Howard Sklar, Senior Counsel at Recommind and David Kessler, Partner at Fulbright & Jaworski talk about Predictive Coding, the myths that have surrounded the technology and go on to debunk these myths.
In this webinar, Adam Sand, Associate General Counsel at Ancestry.com and Nick Patience, Director of Product Marketing & Strategy at Recommind discuss how a hosted eDiscovery solution can help firms stay on track and improve accuracy when they encounter a hurdle, whether it be a glitch in the human review process, last-minute inclusion of new data or a shortened deadline.
In this webinar, Stephanie "Tess" Blair, Partner at Morgan Lewis and Howard Sklar, Senior Counsel at Recommind talk about how technologies are changing the landscape of eDiscovery and search.
In this webinar, Martin Tuip, Information Access Product Manager and Howard Sklar, Senior Counsel at Recommind, discuss why SharePoint data repositories should be part of litigation readiness planning and how to proactively plan for lowering the risks and costs associated with leveraging SharePoint.
In this webinar, Anthony J. Diana, Partner at Mayer Brown and Howard Sklar, Senior Counsel at Recommind explore how companies and counsels can design and implement Information Governance policies and procedures that can help them identify and mitigate information risk.
In this webinar, Martin Tuip, Product Marketing Manager, Information Access at Recommind talks about using predictive technologies to enable more efficient records management.
In this webinar, Martin Tuip, Product Marketing Manager, Information Access at Recommind talks about the steps to take to enhance SharePoint's capabilities to make it a world class records management solution.
In this webinar, Stephanie "Tess" Blair, partner at Mongan Lewis and Howard Sklar, Senior Counsel at Recommind talk about what Predictive Coding is, why it is used, and its relevance in eDiscovery.
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