FTI webinar on 2 June: Using Ringtail Visual Analytics on Small to Midsized Matters

FTI TechnologyIt is inevitable that most of the attention is paid to very big eDiscovery matters and to the tools and processes needed to manage them. Most disputes, however, do not have documents measured in millions. Legal teams must analyse collections of 100,000 documents, 50,000 documents perhaps 5,000 documents, and must do so accurately and at a cost which reflects the value of the claim and the budget.

FTI Technology is one of the leaders in the development and use of analytical software, and has been ever since it acquired Attenex many years ago. The latest iteration of Ringtail includes further developments to its analytical tools which, although designed to handle the biggest matters, bring significant value also to smaller ones. One of the critical factors here, and something FTI does very well, is a user interface which is easily used by the lawyers conducting the review, not just to those with technical qualifications.

Small to mid-size matters are the subject of this webinar which is presented by JR Jenkins, Senior Director of FTI Consulting and Caitlin Murphy, Senior Director of Marketing at FTI Consulting. It is moderated by George Socha and Tom Gelbmann of EDRM. Together this makes a team of which I can say (I have known all of them for a long time) that they will be entertaining as well as informative.

There are more details and a registration form here.

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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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