The Law of Search Meets Computer-Assisted Review
Join us on April 24 at 1 p.m. EST for a complimentary webinar presentation to discuss legal and technological issues regarding electronic search and the recent focus on the use of computer-assisted review.
Hear from some of the top educators including Judge John M. Facciola, Michael Arkfeld, and Scott Kane who all will also be teaching at the eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference and Symposium to be held on May 23-25, 2012, at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, located in Tempe, Arizona.
In "The Law of Search Meets Computer-Assisted Review" webinar, the instructors will focus on:
- the law of search — reasonableness, search protocols, and cooperation;
- types of computer-assisted search — keyword, concept, and predictive coding;
- search protocol — iterative process, work product issues, sampling, and defensibility considerations;
- importance of using computers to search — reduced costs, FRE 502, and clawback agreements; and
- impact of the Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe case.
Click here to register for this complimentary webcast!
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