Webinar on TAR Case Law Primer

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Webinar, AZ
United States

Time: 1 pm Eastern/10 am Pacific, 90 minutes If you have missed the registration deadline for the live webinar, please register for the on-demand recording, which will be available approximately 24 hours after the webinar has aired The Sedona Conference Webinar on TAR Case Law Primer The Sedona Conference's Working Group 1 has just published a comprehensive review of court decisions addressing the use of Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) in civil discovery from 2012 through 2016. The Primer may be download free of charge here. It discusses more than 35 decisions from state, federal, and foreign courts and administrative agencies, touching on - among other issues - whether a responding party may use TAR over the objection of a requesting party, if and when a court can compel a party to use TAR, whether parties are required to disclose or negotiate TAR methodologies, and the relationship between TAR and traditional methods of document culling and review. The Primer is the result of careful review and analysis by a diverse team of Working Group 1 members, was recently updated in response to public comment, and is designed to be an introduction and guide to the use of TAR in civil litigation and government investigations, without passing judgment on the efficacy of particular TAR applications or methodologies. We are pleased to be able to release this "final" version, which we anticipate will be updated as the case law continues to develop. The webinar is scheduled for 90 minutes, during which time you may text your questions to the panel, who will endeavor to address all that time allows. CLE credit: The Sedona Conference does not apply for CLE accreditation for webinars, but registrants may submit documentation to their respective state CLE office for potential credit. You can view system requirements here. Host Kenneth J. Withers, The Sedona Conference, Phoenix, AZ Moderator Maura R. Grossman, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada Panelists

University of Waterloo

Waterloo, ON, CA

The Sedona Conference

Phoenix, AZ, USA