Predictive coding is a powerful tool to help speed legal review, but it isn’t a silver bullet.
Analytics can help supplement predictive coding – by visually clarifying its results, accelerating review of the remaining materials, and even assisting in trial and deposition preparation.
Learn how you can develop matter-specific workflow incorporating both predictive coding and analytics and benefit from smarter e-discovery.
Attend this session as e-discovery experts discuss:
Thursday, September 12, 2013
2:00 PM ET
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David Grant │ FTI Consulting
David Grant is a senior managing director in the FTI Technology practice and is based in New York. Mr. Grant focuses on discovery readiness projects involving proactive planning for ongoing litigation needs, and on planning and managing discovery strategies for and across major litigations involving large data volumes, tight deadlines and international data collection. Mr. Grant has worked on a wide range of matters including multiple Hart-Scott-Rodino second requests, international cartel investigations, Securities class actions, large-scale commercial litigation and a number of product liability MDLs. Mr. Grant graduated with Honors 1st Class from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia with a major in Politics and Philosophy from the University of New South Wales Arts faculty and a major in Law from the University of New South Wales Law School.
David Horrigan │ Analyst, E-Discovery & Information Governance
David Horrigan is an analyst covering electronic discovery and information governance, including legal and industry developments. As an attorney and award-winning journalist, David brings both legal experience and years of technology writing to his analysis of these growing industries. He advises clients of 451 Research on the rapid changes in e-discovery as corporations and law firms keep pace with ever-increasing legal and regulatory requirements for information management.
Prior to joining 451 Research, David practiced intellectual property, media and technology law, serving as Counsel for Intellectual Property and Technology Policy at the Entertainment Software Association, and as Director of Legislative and Regulatory Policy at the Magazine Publishers of America. David was also Assistant Editor and Staff Reporter at The National Law Journal and a columnist for Law Technology News, writing the long-running Technology on Trial column, for which he won the Bronze Award from the Trade, Association and Business Publications International (TABPI). His articles have appeared also in The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, The New York Law Journal, The Washington Examiner and others, and he has been cited in law reviews and journals of Emory University, Northwestern University, Yale University, among others.
Ausra Deluard │ Associate, Jones Day
Ausra Deluard practices exclusively in the antitrust area of law, focusing on mergers and acquisitions, counseling, compliance programs, and nonmerger government investigations. She has represented clients in a variety of industries, including health care, PC hardware, life sciences, energy and chemicals.
Ausra serves as Deputy Officer of the ABA Section of International Law Membership Committee, co-chair of the Outreach Committee, and as vice-chair of the Young Lawyer’s Interest Network. She was also heavily involved in the Spring Meeting Planning Committee of the ABA Section of International Law, holding the position of Young Lawyer Co-Chair. Ausra frequently contributes to the ABA Section of Antitrust Law Healthcare Committee’s recent developments newsletter.
Ausra is a graduate of Berkeley School of Law (Boalt) and she received her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University.