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The eDiscoveryJournal, the only working analyst firm focused exclusively on eDiscovery and information governance, will be holding an eDiscovery Bootcamp in the Pittsburgh area on May 6, 2013. This CLE accredited course will feature in-depth education around the topic of Predictive Coding. During this program, eDJ Analysts will deliver research-based education in three hour-long modules, each supplemented by one to two attorneys from the Pittsburgh area.
Limited to 70 delegates including law firm and corporate attorneys and their litigation support counterparts, the eDJ Group Bootcamp Pittsburgh is designed to give attendees pragmatic advice about how to address the issues that come up frequently in their jobs.
*Tickets for this program are available for law firm attorneys, corporate counsel and their litigation support teams. Please, no eDiscovery Vendor or Consulting Firm personnel unless sponsoring. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
11:30 – 12:00 Registration
Sponsored by: Kroll Ontrack
12:00 – 1:00 Topic Module #1: Judicial Roundtable
Description: A Q & A session involving some of the leading judges in electronic discovery and local judges if available to provide insights into how courts respond to technology such as predictive coding. Issues we will focus on include:
Getting a Courts Approval and the role that cooperation plays
How to validate results – what is good enough?
Do the rules require perfection?
Does using technology for review require a Daubert hearing?
The ethical obligation of lawyers to become familiar with new technology.
What needs to be shared with the other side. • Employing a special master to speed the process along.
1:00 – 2:00 Networking lunch/intro to program and participant self-introductions
Sponsored by: Recommind
2:00 – 3:00 Topic Module #2: Lifting The Covers Off Predictive Coding
Description: A comprehensive overview of predictive coding including:
Benchmarking Data on Document Review and the use of Predictive Coding.
What are the early adopters doing?
Case studies, workflows, pros and cons of different approaches.
3:00 – 3:30 Networking break
3:30 – 5:00 Topic Module #3: Validating Predictive Coding Results
Description: This session will focus on how to know when you are done while not ending up in a cooperation nightmare. We will review how to set statistical goals, the basics of sampling, and training as an iterative loop until the goals appear to be met. We will also examine the role of validation tests and how to employ different types of validation from the common sense approach to statistical belts and suspenders.
5:30 - 7:00 Networking happy hour
Cost to Attend: $159.24 (includes all fees)
For more information on how to register, please contact: email@example.com
Thank you to our Sponsor:
Financial Hardship Policy
*Registrants who are unable to afford continuing legal education program course registration fees due to financial hardship may petition for registration fee waivers or discounted program fees. A petition for a reduced fee shall be filed with the eDiscoveryJournal for the program, and must state why the normal fee associated with the program causes the lawyer(s) financial hardship. The petition must be signed by the lawyer and sent to Marilyn Gladden at: firstname.lastname@example.org The eDiscoveryJournal may waive or reduce the fee for the CLE program at their discretion.
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