If you have a legal document review that is “complex and high-velocity”, tomorrow’s webcast from HaystackID will discuss best practices for it!
Tomorrow, HaystackID will host the webcast Best Practices for Selecting, Staffing, and Supporting Complex and High-Velocity Legal Document Reviews (available here) at noon ET (11am CT, 9am PT). This webcast will explore how to effectively select, staff, and support these projects to ensure successful review outcomes. Highlights:
- Discover the key factors to consider when selecting a team for complex and high-velocity legal document reviews, such as experience, qualifications, and availability.
- Understand the benefits of using a document reviewer marketplace, such as ReviewRight Staff, to augment internal resources and increase scalability.
- Explore the importance of effective communication and collaboration when staffing and managing these projects, including strategies for managing remote teams.
- Learn about the best practices for training and evaluating document reviewers to ensure quality and consistency in the review process.
- Understand the unique challenges of managing high-velocity reviews, including time constraints and large document volumes.
- Hear about the benefits of using technology, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, to improve the efficiency and accuracy of document review projects.
- Get insights on navigating the complex and fast-paced legal document review industry, and learn about strategies to stay ahead of the curve.
Expert Panelists include:
- Kevin Clark, Discovery Counsel & Vice President – Analytics and Review Operations, HaystackID
- Richard Robinson, Director, Legal Operations and Litigation Support, Toyota North America
- Eric Boyd, Director of Litigation Support & Docketing, Locke Lord LLP
- Noah Miller, Deputy General Manager, Review Division, HaystackID
These complicated projects require an experienced team with expertise in various practice areas, software products, and languages, as well as the ability to manage high volumes of documents at a fast pace. So, click here to register and learn more about best practices for selecting, staffing, and supporting complex and high-velocity legal document reviews tomorrow!
So, what do you think? Does your organization struggle with complex legal document reviews? If so, attend tomorrow’s webcast! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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