Photomosaics and the Bigger Picture, The Tom and Jeremy Show: eDiscovery Webinars

Photomosaics remind us that perspective is critical. What does that have to do with eDiscovery? Find out in this EDRM webinar sponsored by OpenText!

This Wednesday at 1pm ET, the Tom and Jeremy show from EDRM and OpenText is presenting their latest installment – Photomosaics and the Bigger Picture (available here) – in the “inconvenient truth about eDiscovery” webinar series!

“Tom” is Tom Gricks, Sr. Principal Consultant, Recon Investigations at OpenText and “Jeremy” is Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Chief Data Scientist at Conga.


A photomosaic reminds us that perspective is critical; an approach that is too myopic causes us to mistakenly believe we know what we are seeing, while losing sight of the true bigger picture. As Judge Francis discussed in his recent Report & Recommendation (In Re Diisocyanates Antitrust Litigation, which we covered here), however, a TAR validation requires consideration of the full picture. In this episode, Tom and Jeremy will look at the various independent components that comprise a TAR validation, and the various ways to piece together those components to build the entire, integrated validation picture. Register here to find out what photomosaics have to do with eDiscovery!

You can check out their previous installments here, here, here, here, here, here and here!

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