Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Guidance for US & UK Practitioners from Relativity Masters
Across the industry, eDiscovery projects continue to grow in size. But, despite the corresponding increases in review time and cost, the adoption of technology-assisted review remains slow. Why?
In large part, it’s because the novelty of the technology and the learning curve associated with it leave many practitioners feeling uncomfortable negotiating for it and relying upon it. How much do I need to disclose about the process? What’s an acceptable recall and precision? What are recall and precision? How documents need to be reviewed to train the system? Who should train and how?
In this free, one-hour webinar, veteran eDiscovery practitioners and Relativity Masters Sarah Cole and Meagan Sauve provide guidance on the process of negotiating and implementing an effective, achievable technology-assisted review protocol in both US discovery and UK disclosure. Featuring examples from their work, this program covers common pitfalls in the TAR planning process and how to avoid them.
Sarah Cole is an eight-year electronic discovery veteran specializing in predictive and textual analytics, their incorporation into efficient, advanced workflows, and the establishment of best practices for their use. Sarah is one of industry’s leading experts in kCura’s Relativity platform, and she is one of only a few dozen experts worldwide that have been designated officially by kCura as Relativity Masters. In her role as Director, Solutions North America for Advanced Discovery, Sarah consults with clients on scoping and planning new projects, designing and implementing workflows, and leveraging analytics, metrics, and process management effectively.
Meagan Sauve has more than a decade of experience in eDiscovery and has worked in the industry in a variety of roles, in both the US and the UK. Meagan is also a leading expert on kCura’s Relativity platform, and she is one of only a few dozen experts worldwide that have been designated officially by kCura as Relativity Masters. In her role as an eDiscovery Consultant for Millnet, Meagan uses her expertise to make discovery technology accessible and effective for her clients, to craft workflows and solutions for the project challenges, and to guide internal and client teams through the execution of those solutions and management of those workflows.