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Faster, Better, and More Economical –– Using Analytics to Rewrite the eDiscovery Paradigm

Throughout the eDiscovery industry, armies of reviewers are giving way to smaller, better trained teams of subject matter experts that leverage advanced analytics capabilities. But, how do you sift through the noise to determine that the analytics you’re adopting are fit-for-purpose?

Join ExigerGoodwin Procter and the Institute of International Bankers (IIB) to learn about what you’re buying and understand the methodologies that enable the effective use of technologies such as Natural Language Processing, Named Entity Recognition, and Continuous Active Learning. 

We will demonstrate how these workflows can reduce the time and cost involved with addressing matters as small as single custodian investigations, to corporate-level litigation, while at the same time reducing institutional risk.

This session will arm you with the knowledge to ask the right questions and enable you to be an active participant in these matters. We will cover:

  • Defining Analytics in Today’s EDRM
  • How Banks are Using Analytics for Litigation & Investigations
  • Real World Applications
  • Legal Precedence for Using Analytics and TAR

Introduction from: 

Briget Polichene, Chief Executive Officer, IIB


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