FTI webcast on 25 May: what does the future hold for predictive coding?

FTI TechnologyI wrote recently about a webcast taking place on 25 May produced by FTI in conjunction with The Lawyer. We now have the details of the webcast which you can find here.

Its title is What does the future hold for predictive coding? The context is the recent UK decision in Pyrrho Investments v MWB Property in which Master Matthews gave approval to an agreement between the parties to use predictive coding to deal with a large document population.

The webcast will be hosted by Matt Byrne, Deputy Editor of The Lawyer. The speakers are Jonathan Fowler, senior director and predictive coding expert at FTI Consulting, Giulia Da Re, Litigation Lawyer for Lloyds Banking Group and Mark Chesher, Legal Director for Addleshaw Goddard.

The webinar will cover:

  • What makes Pyrrho Investments v MWB Property so important?
  • Why hasn’t predictive coding been used in the UK before?
  • To what extent has Pyrrho removed some of the nervousness that may have surrounded the use of predictive coding in the UK?
  • How will this affect private practice/in-house legal teams?

The panel invites questions to be sent in advance. They can be sent by email to kate.reavill@centaurmedia.com.

Once again, the registration link is 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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