The International Law Firm of Fulbright & Jaworski - eDiscovery and Information Governance
Florinda Baldridge, David J. Kessler, Jeffrey S. Wolff and Carlos Ray Rainer
December 15, 2011 view as PDF
More than five years after the e-discovery amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were adopted, the cost of discovery is still increasing at an alarming rate. In the recent Fulbright Litigation Trends Survey, the majority of respondents expect to increase their e-discovery budgets even in the face of overall budget cuts. Technology helped cause this problem and it can help us to address it.
Review the presentation materials from this program for a discussion on the power of Predictive Coding and technology assisted review to reduce the cost and time of document review. The conversation will be lead by Craig Cannon, in-house counsel at Bank of America, Russ Miller, Senior Counsel at Anadarko Petroleum, David Kessler, the co-chair of Fulbright's E-Discovery and Information Governance Practice, and Florinda Baldridge, Fulbright's Global Director of Practice Support.
The discussion included:
- What is predictive coding and how does it work?
- How can these new technologies increase speed of review ?
How can these new technologies be used by attorneys for early
case and data assessment?
Can these technologies be ethically used to reduce the documents
that need to be reviewed?
- How can predictive coding streamline internal investigations?
- How can in-house counsel reduce risks in investigative matters?
- How can these tools help attorneys meet our Rule 26(g) obligations?
Review the presentation materials in the attached PDF
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David J. Kessler
Jeffrey S. Wolff
Carlos Ray Rainer