Document Review with an Army of One?

29 August 2013 by Adrienn Toth

On 10 September we are hosting a complimentary breakfast seminar in London for lawyers and litigation support professionals on “Predictive Coding – How it's Bringing Innovation to Legal Practice”.  We are delighted to have as our guest speaker Ralph Losey, Partner and National e-Discovery Counsel at the US law firm Jackson Lewis who will share his extensive experience using machine learning technology in legal practice. We are also pleased to have as our UK legal expert, Neil Mirchandani, Partner at Hogan Lovells in London who will be commenting on the applicability of these technologies to UK legal practice.  Although this technology is not new there is still a lot of uncertainty in the UK about how it works and which cases and which document collections it works best on.

The seminar will include discussion on scientific studies comparing human to computer review, some war stories showing how the technology has worked and the cost benefit analysis looking at a recent survey of corporates and how to control disclosure costs.  We are hoping to debate the issues that arise in the UK in relation to the use of this sort of technology and what our experience of it has been.  For those who would like to stay on afterwards, there will also be a more mechanical session and demonstration of how to use the technology with Ralph.

If you would like further information about the event please click here and if you would like to register please email us at events@krollontrack.co.uk.  We are hoping for a lot of audience interaction and you can pose questions for the experts to answer during the session by emailing us or commenting below.