Nuts and Bolts of Computer-Assisted Document Review: A Primer for All Attorneys
Program Number: 2248A
Presenter: Sara R. Kusiak, Esq., Carmen McLean, Esq.
In this program for all attorneys, Carmen McLean, a partner at Jones Day, and Sara R. Kusiak, a Jones Day associate, provide a basic introduction to computer-assisted document review, including an explanation and comparison of the various technologies available in today's market. Building on this basic introduction, attendees can better understand the practical and effective distinctions between the advanced tools at their disposal, the pros and cons to each approach, and the instances in which each tool is most appropriate and effective. Our presenters also discuss:
• the emerging legal standards for computer-assisted review from the few courts that have recently begun to consider and manage cases using predictive coding; and
• fundamental issues of transparency, party involvement, accuracy, and reliability, knowledge of which allows practitioners to better detect, avoid, and preempt pitfalls when they adopt these new technologies in their own cases.
NOTE: This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing