Location: Online (Zoom)
The Sedona Conference invites all Working Group Series members to join us for the fourth in our series of free Virtual Town Hall meetings, aimed at continuing our tradition of crafting the next generation of eDiscovery thought leadership through dialogue and consensus building.
March’s program will focus on a discussion of the challenges and issues faced by parties when using Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to identify potentially responsive documents.
It was nine years ago that Federal Courts first recognized TAR as a responsible way to find responsive documents in a data set, but a myriad of issues can present challenges for litigators. Join our distinguished panelists as they discuss best practices for addressing the issues more effectively, including:
- using search terms prior to using TAR on a data set
- validation of TAR results
- frameworks parties can use to control costs, increase trust in the process, and avoid pitfalls that can derail a TAR process.
After the opening discussion, the audience will have an opportunity to discuss and brainstorm on the topic both collectively and in smaller breakout sessions. Takeaways and action items will be noted and shared with all to inform the ongoing mission of WG1 and guide its future publication projects.
Participation is free, but prior registration is required. Registrants will receive a Zoom invitation and instructions a day before the event.