A conference on cybersecurity, e-discovery, and digital investigations (CEIC) offers hands-on labs, lectures, and an exhibit hall to develop practical skills in digital investigations and will debut
...to name the biggest trend of the past year: technology-assisted review (TAR). This is what Baron calls "document prioritization": Based on a...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...traditional discovery practices. In addition, recent judicial decisions supporting technology-assisted review (TAR) have expedited the desire among law firms to apply technology more than...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: This week includes an e-discovery boot camp, the Civil Rules Committee, Big Data, and drones. [MORE
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: on Tuesday, "Anti-Corruption / Anti-Bribery Compliance and Corporate Culture," and on Thursday, "Where Records Management and eDiscovery Inter
What are the e-discovery "Big Six Blunders" & and the e-discovery skills and accessible software needed to banish them into oblivion? This was the topic of the opening panel of first Universi
Next! LTN Picks of Upcoming Panels & Events: Upcoming programs and webinars from e-discovery to Big Data to "Flying Eyes in the Sky."
On Thursday ALM's Virtual LegalTech, among other things, will be "Addressing the Big Data Dilemma: Deletion, Automation, and Managing Legal Risk. Speakers: Consultant Ronald Hedges, Jason R. Baron, d
...doubt that anyone under the age of 75 would seriously propose that TAR be abandoned, but credible folks are suggesting that we just might want...
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