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ILTA: Effectively Using Data Analytics for Litigation: ECA, TAR, and Beyond

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Description
Evolving litigation technology provides lawyers and litigation support professionals with new ways to drive better outcomes, save time, and reduce costs through the use of advanced analytics. From early case assessment (ECA), to technology assisted review (TAR), to advanced filtering, email threading, automated redaction, anonymization, and psedonymization – come hear the latest on how you can leverage the power of computers and artificial intelligence. Analytics may even be used proactively to help organize important information, while defensively culling redundant, obsolete, and trivial ("ROT") data before your next litigation hits!
 
Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this web seminar, participants will be able to:
  1. Describe analytics technology available today to meet current and future e-discovery challenges
  2. Identify ways you can use computer analytics to reduce e-discovery burdens and costs for your organization
  3. Use automated anonymization and pseudonymization to help meet cross-border data transfer and knowledge management retention goals
  4. Summarize how advanced analytics may be used to help identify and defensibly remediate redundant, obsolete, and trivial data
Skill Level: Strategic
Education Thread: Availability & Protection
Program Maturity: Level 4 - Proactive
 
Estimated time of completion: 1 hour
 
ICRM Maintenance Credits: 1.0 credit pre-approved
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