Workshop: Data Analytics for Legal Professionals

This hands-on virtual workshop is 1.5 hours and is led by a certified Relativity Master, you will work through exercises in groups of 2 to 4 leveraging data analytical tools in a live Relativity database. This workshop is great for training users and administrators – and can be beneficial to bring to a broader audience at your firm or company as well. Participants will also receive free database access for two weeks so that they can practice and become more comfortable using these tools.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Keyword Expansion, Find Similar
  • Concept Searching & Clustering
  • Text Near Dupes/Email Threading


“My moderator’s expertise was amazing, along with being friendly and helpful so as to not make me feel intimidated as I was new to these concepts.
Usually, when webinars of this type just involve watching it’s hard to retain the information.
But with how hands-on and interactive the workshop was, I was able to take what I learned and actually apply the tools into my own practices.”

 

Webinar: Data Analytics for Legal Professionals

This webinar will cover the following topics:

  • Court and Ethical Rules Regarding Analytics and Technology Assisted Review
  • Preparing for discovery meet and confers and ESI conferences using analytics
  • Proportionality
  • Overview of data analytical tools, including keyword expansion, finding similar documents, concept searching, clustering, textual near-duplicates, email threading, and active learning.

By understanding these eDiscovery analytic tools and how to leverage them, you can apply them to save time and money.

*Eligible for technology CLE requirement in Florida and North Carolina

 

Webinar: Adapting eDiscovery Protocols (For Zoom or Microsoft Teams)

This webinar will examine the evidentiary and discovery issues arising from the pervasive use of video conference platforms. Counsel must understand what data is being created, the cost of storing it, how that data should be managed, retention policies, and potential legal obligations.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Overview of platforms
  • Recording policies and procedures
  • Discovery mapping
  • Role and relevancy of statutes addressing non-consensual recording
  • Proportionality in discovery
  • Objections to discovery
  • Complying with Rule 26(g) in regard to video conferencing materials
*Eligible for technology CLE requirement in Florida and North Carolina
 

 

Webinar: Artificial Intelligence in Legal Applications

Learn how AI can be deployed today for earlier insights and better litigation outcomes. Aimed to explore the underpinnings of modern artificial intelligence and how it is used in business and the law, this CLE will cover how the latest advances in AI technology can provide new and meaningful information legal professionals can use to make informed decisions.

  • Are you interested in what is changing on the AI landscape within the legal industry so you won’t fall behind?
  • Are you curious about the do’s and don’ts when incorporating AI into your own practice?
  • Do you understand AI generally but want more detail about how AI is transforming legal practice day-to-day
*Eligible for technology CLE requirement in Florida and North Carolina
 
 

 

Webinar: The Next Generation of Piece Mail: Where Does Microsoft Teams Fit Into Information Governance?

This webinar will cover the information governance challenges that platforms like Microsoft Teams can present to your organization, and what we can do manage these challenges.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Are our Information Governance policies and procedures designed to accommodate this?
  • How do we collect and review this data?
  • How does this change the way we approach ESI protocols?

*Eligible for technology CLE requirement in Florida and North Carolina

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Webinar: Managing Total Cost of Review: A Step By Step View

his webinar will discuss actionable strategies to improve your approach to review (aka cost savings!). We will walk through a series of scenarios that that will address question such as:

  • Should we collect the full universe of data?
  • Is an ECA worth the costs?
  • What is the return on analytics?

Through your responses, we will understand key points leading up to review that are critical factors to total costs, we can identify how to efficiently navigate them and leverage powerful tools and workflows to manage them.

Currently CLE-Certified in the Following States:

Illinois, Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Indiana, New Jersey, Colorado

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost for the CLE presentations?

Our CLE presentations are completely free of charge. We hope that by hosting these events, we can spread awareness of eDiscovery and the changing technologies in the legal field.
 

How long are the CLE presentations?

Our CLE presentations are normally one hour long, counting for one hour of CLE credit.
 

How many attendees do we need?

Our CLEs typically have an audience of 10-40 people. However, there is no minimum amount of attendees needed, we will work with you to accommodate your needs.
 

Who will be presenting?

Our presenters are experts in the fields of eDiscovery, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Analytics, averaging 15 years of experience.
 

Where are the CLEs presented?

We can accommodate CLEs both in person and virtually.

How do I schedule a CLE?

To schedule a CLE, feel free to call us at 312.281.0336 or fill out the form below. 

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