Even though standardized collection, processing, and review processes and protocols are becoming commonplace, the technologies and tools that provide efficiencies and enhancements to these eDiscovery processes and protocols are continuing to evolve. Are you up to date on the latest evolutions in those technologies and tools? If not, here is a webcast that will bring you up to date.
In two days, on Wednesday, May 20th, HaystackID will conduct the webcast The Only Thing Constant is Change: An eDiscovery Technology and Tools Update at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). In this presentation, expert eDiscovery technologists and authorities will provide an overview of current technologies for data analytics, artificial intelligence, process automation, and data enhancement. They will also offer practical considerations for implementing current technologies and evaluating emerging technologies.
Among the topics that will be covered are:
- A View from the Bench: How the Courts Are Considering New Technologies
- Considering Forensic Analysis: New Technologies and Approaches
- Beyond Tradition: An Update on Audio, Video, and Foreign Language Analysis
- Emerging Data Types: Analyzing the New With the Latest Tools
- Faster Review and Faster Decisions: Enhancing Document Review
Presenting experts include:
- Ashish Prasad: As VP and GC for HaystackID, Ashish is regarded as among the leading experts on discovery in the US. He has served as Litigation Partner, Founder and Chair of the Mayer Brown LLP Electronic Discovery and Records Management Practice, Founder and CEO of Discovery Services LLC, and VP and GC of eTERA Consulting.
- Todd Haley: As Executive Vice President and General Manager for eDiscovery Operations for HaystackID, Todd provides consulting and operational guidance to help legal departments and law firms address matters related to the planning, management, and execution of eDiscovery.
- Vazantha Meyers, Esq.: As Vice President of Managed Review for HaystackID, Vazantha has extensive experience in advising and helping customers achieve their legal document review objectives.
It’s a chance to hear about the latest in technology related to several critical areas of eDiscovery workflow today. You can click here to register. Consider checking it out – I certainly plan to do so!
So, what do you think? Are you looking for better technology solutions to improve workflows in forensic analysis, audio/video files, foreign language files, newer data types or document review? If so, consider attending the webcast! And, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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