Predictive Coding (aka, Predictive Ranking, Computer Assisted Review or Black Magic) has been much talked about and even hyped as of late – yet it is rarely truly understood and remains an enigma in the ever dynamic world of ESI management and litigation support. So, what exactly is Predictive Coding? Is Predictive Coding a true ‘game changer’? Is it cost effective? Which courts praise it and which courts curse it? Is it reliable? Which types of documents do and do not lend themselves well to this technology? How does it really work? How does the average litigator go about obtain- ing and applying this technology? How do the new California ESI mandates and statutory amendments interplay with Predictive Coding? What on earth is a ‘seed set’? Alex Lubarsky, Esq. who has lectured and written about new litigation support technologies for the past fifteen years will attempt to demystify Predictive Coding at an invitation-only complimentary luncheon hosted by TERIS in Palo Alto on April 4, 2013.
About the speaker
Alexander H. Lubarsky, LL.M., Esq., is a practicing litigator and a legal technology enthusiast. Since graduating from law school, Alex has maintained an active law license and co-chairs a committee for the Aids Legal Referral Panel in San Francisco. He has litigated hundreds of trials throughout his career, and has consistently been active in legal technology. In 2003, Alex was elected to the California State Bar Law Technology Executive Committee and has since been reelected to the committee on multiple occasions. He is a regular speaker on the topics of litigation support systems, electronic discovery and computer forensics. He has also presented at multiple legal technology conferences and State Bar events throughout the nation and has authored various articles for legal technology publications. Alex lives in Burlingame, California, with his wife Sharon and their four children.
Date: Thursday, April 4, 2013
Time: 12:15 pm
Location: 2455 Faber Place, Suite 200, Palo Alto, California
REGISTER: Online at www.TERIS-April 4-CLE.eventbrite.com
CLE Credits: General 1/Ethics .25
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