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Schnader Presents Predictive Coding Webinar: Thinking Outside the (Black) Box

On June 20, 2012 by Schnader

Thomas C. Gricks, III, partner in the Firm’s Pittsburgh office, presented a complimentary webinar on Thursday, June 20, 2012, which provided one hour of CLE credit. The webinar discussed an entire spectrum of issues underlying the development and implementation of a judicially acceptable predictive coding program, and how those issues have played out in the most recent cases.

Topics covered included:

  • The inadequacies of traditional document culling techniques, generally and by comparison with predictive coding
  • An overview of the predictive coding process
  • Alternative methods of training and seeding different predictive coding tools
  • Alternative methods of achieving stabilization of different predictive coding tools
  • Characteristics of the result sets generated by different predictive coding tools
  • Validating the results of a predictive coding program
  • Litigation strategies and protocols for training and validation
  • Recent case highlights
    • Da Silva Moore
    • Global Aerospace
    • Kleen Products

The archived version of this program can be viewed for one hour of CLE credit at this PLI web address until June, 2013.