Escalating data volumes have forced law firms and corporate legal teams to rethink how they perform eDiscovery. Most have found that the sheer volume, in some matters, requires the case team to leverage advanced technology to accelerate document review.

Technology-Assisted Review (Predictive Coding) has thus generated significant buzz in the past year, though significant market misinformation persists about the various forms of this technology and how they can best be applied.

Join HP Autonomy, a pioneer in this market, as we:

  • Break down the various forms of Technology-Assisted Review
  • Discuss how to choose the right version for your specific matter
  • Outline some best practices to help ensure optimal results



The Many Faces of Technology-Assisted Review:
One Size Does Not Fit All



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On-Demand Webcast: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Featured Guest Speakers: 

Eric Crespolini, Esq.
Vice President
eDiscovery Technologies
HP Autonomy


Eric Crespolini, Esq. brings over a decade of experience building and leading teams of industry leaders in delivering e-discovery expertise to enterprises, specializing in e-discovery, computer forensics, and litigation management best practices.  Mr. Crespolini has led complex collections, document reviews, and productions for matters involving fraud, financial restatements, regulatory issues, theft of intellectual property, products liability, unauthorized use of corporate resources, contract disputes, and regulatory inquiries. He has also planned and led the acquisition, forensic analysis and processing of computer, e-mail and network data related to a governmental criminal investigation of an international insurance carrier.

Mr. Crespolini earned his JD from Rutgers University, and also possesses an MBA in Corporate Finance, and a BS in Actuarial Science from St. John’s University.



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Joshua Gilliland
President
Majority Opinion LLC


 

Joshua Gilliland, Esq., is a California attorney and nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog “Bow Tie Law.” Josh has conducted over 350 Continuing Legal Education seminars on e-discovery all across North America.

Mr. Gilliland has a passion for the impact of technology on the practice of law. Mr. Gilliland is a columnist for LitigationWorld, has guest lectured at his alma mater, McGeorge School of Law, has been published in The American Lawyer magazine, and is active in the Santa Clara County Bar Association.

Mr. Gilliland also ties a mean bow tie.



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