There are more eDiscovery use cases than ever and next week’s OpenText and ACEDS webinar will discuss optimizing document review for them!
Next Tuesday, February 21st, ACEDS will host the webcast Optimizing Document Review for Today’s Expanding Discovery Use Cases (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). In this webinar, the panel will discuss how fresh approaches to review combined with robust and trusted technology will ensure that you optimize speed and outcome and lower costs and risks in every scenario. In this webinar you will learn about:
- The trends impacting eDiscovery today and emerging use cases for eDiscovery technology;
- What factors to consider in conducting a three-dimensional analysis for different use cases; and
- Why new review methodologies such as Rapid Analytic Investigative Review (RAIR), used alone or in conjunction with more traditional review methodologies, will optimize outcomes in every situation.
I’m excited to be presenting with Tom Gricks, Lead Strategy Consultant at OpenText and Tracy Drynan, Principal Consultant at OpenText! It should be informative and educational!
As I said, the use cases for eDiscovery workflows and technology have expanded far beyond traditional review for production in litigation– from third-party subpoenas to data privacy requests (DSARs/SRRs), and data breach response and analysis to HSR Second requests. While it is sensible to leverage trusted eDiscovery technology to speed review and lower costs and risks for new use cases, a one-size-fits-all review methodology is not applicable to every situation.
Optimizing document review efficiency in every scenario requires thinking beyond traditional linear or technology-assisted review (TAR). To ensure that the unique goals and constraints (time, cost, and risk) for each use case are met it is critical to apply the right technology, process, and people. Click here to register and learn how to optimize document review for today’s expanding use cases!
So, what do you think? Are you applying the same document review approach to every eDiscovery use case? If so, attend next week’s webinar to see why you should consider changing that approach! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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