Is that too many TLAs (three-letter acronyms) for you? Well, I’ll spell it out. If you’re not getting enough return on investment (ROI) from your early case assessment (ECA), you can attend this Continuing Legal Education (CLE) workshop from The RPC Roundtable this Thursday! In other words, it will show you how to get ROI from your ECA, with CLE! And it’s FREE!
The session RPC Roundtable session How to Get ROI From Your ECA is this Thursday, May 20th at 1:00 pm ET and it includes 1.5 hours of CLE credit, including .80 hours of Ethics credit! Can’t beat that!
Or can you?!? The course will provide 25 minutes of knowledge education by Alex Khoury, Esq. of Smith, Gambrell & Russell, LLP, along with a 45-minute hands-on training session with Kyle Sparks from the sponsor, Thomson Reuters, to discuss and present solutions on how to get the best return on investment from your ECA.
In the knowledge session, Alex will address practical business considerations to help:
- Balancing Cost & Risk
- Prepare a Targeted, Pre-Review Collection
- Strategies & Tactics for Data Exclusion
- Triaging Your Data for Review
In the Hands-On Training (#HOT) session, Kyle will give you an opportunity to “test drive” a data assessment technology tool that helps you drive ROI from your ECA process. In this session, Kyle and Thomson Reuters will teach you how to:
- Navigate the Data Assessment tool for maximum cost savings.
- Understand the different data views in various modes.
- Promote only relevant documents to In Review status.
That makes for a 90-minute virtual #HOTWorkshop!
There is still time to register for the complimentary session How to Get ROI From Your ECA, but registration is limited and tickets are almost sold out, so register quickly. You can do so at the link here. I’ll be there!
So, what do you think? Do you know how to get ROI from your ECA? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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