Equivio webinar on 10 June – How I learned to stop worrying and love predictive coding

Equivio continues its commitment to education with the 8th in its series of webinars with the master title Predictive Coding Minus the Hype.

This next one is called Homage to Dr Strangelove: How I learned to stop worrying and love predictive coding. Its theme is the evaluation of potential cost savings and the effectiveness of predictive coding technology by reference to an exercise conducted by Winston & Strawn – I wrote about that in an article called Equivio Relevance – Winston & Strawn paper on testing the effectiveness of Equivio Relevance and technology-assisted review.

The speakers are Scott Cohen, Director of E-Discovery Support Services for Winston & Strawn LLP and Jon Lavinder, Director, Technology-Assisted Review, Legal Solutions at DTI. The webinar will be moderated by Avi Elkoni, Vice President Regional Sales at Equivio.

Scott Cohen took part at short notice in my cross-border panel at CEIC last week and is as eloquent on predictive coding technology as he is on navigating the difficulties of international eDiscovery.

Registration for this webinar is here.

Past webinars in the series, along with other information, can be found on Equivio’s Resources page. A web site is the shop-window for a company and its products, and Equivio’s website remains a fine advertisement for Equivio’s tools – the subject filter mechanism clearly comes from the same stable as the user-friendly Zoom, whose design criteria included the exclusion of anything not strictly necessary. Decide what you want to see, and whether you are on the web site or in Zoom 3.5, you get there with the fewest possible clicks..

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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