Using Artificial Intelligence and Analytics to Streamline Litigations and Investigations
In today’s “big data” environment, the greatest obstacle to an efficient and streamlined litigation or investigation is the sheer volume of potentially relevant electronic documents. In a typical case or investigation, the costs of collecting, processing and reviewing electronic documents often accounts for 60% - 70% of a company’s total legal spend. Fortunately, artificial intelligence and analytics tools are now available to quickly separate the digital wheat from the chaff and identify the most relevant documents for efficient case assessment and planning purposes. This panel of lawyers and analytics specialists will discuss the power and potential of such tools through the use of a series of real-world case studies.
Lunch is being sponsored by TransPerfect Legal Solutions.
1 CLE credit will be applied for in Minnesota.
Please RSVP by Tuesday, April 10th, 2018. If you are not sure you can attend, please respond with a "Maybe."
Jackie Michalek, Director, Project Management, TransPerfect Legal Solutions
Before joining TransPerfect, I worked at law firms in the Chicagoland area for over ten years as a litigation support professional and as a paralegal. At TransPerfect, I work to utilize my combined skills in eDiscovery with hands-on technical support. I have enjoyed working on large 20+TB matters with a heavy concentration in using TAR and other forms of analytics. It is my goal to positively contribute to our clients’ success by leveraging my project management and law firm experience to enhance processes and workflow efficiencies while managing time, controlling costs, mitigating risk, and assuring defensibility in the work performed.
Dan Meyers, Esq., President, Consulting & Information Governance, TransPerfect Legal Solutions
Dan advises clients on e-discovery best practices and motion practice, litigation readiness plans, defensible data disposition programs, and data privacy concerns, with a particular emphasis on cross-border data transfers. His clients range from financial institutions and multinational corporations to start-ups and small-to-medium businesses. Dan is certified as an E-Discovery Specialist (ACEDS) and an Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/US). Prior to joining TLS, Dan was a Commercial Litigation Partner at an Am Law 100 law firm and the Founder and Chair of the firm’s E-Discovery & Information Governance practice group. Dan’s commercial litigation practice covered a wide range of complex business disputes before federal and state courts, including cross-border, corporate governance, bankruptcy, securities, breach of contract, and business tort cases.