The Hierarchy of TAR: From Active Learning to Optimal Results

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Jonathan Flood, Stephanie Urbano, Andrew Retizos, and Robert Lin

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As leading legal departments and law firms move from asking about Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) to asking for it, it is increasingly essential for legal discovery, information governance, and cybersecurity professionals to have a firm grasp of the practical aspects of Active Learning (AL). It is also crucial for those professionals to apply matter-specific and geographically driven nuances to the application of AL to ensure optimal investigation and litigation results. In this presentation, industry acknowledged TAR experts will share insight into the world of AL workflows through a combination of proven experience, expert processes, and practical application anecdotes designed to inform, educate, and prepare attendees for the use of AL. From understanding the critical elements of AL to refining workflows for the nuances of EU and UK data considerations, this presentation will help attendees better employ people, processes, and technology to realize the promise of TAR and AL. Webcast Highlights • Breaking Down (and Building Up): The Elements of Active Learning • Setting up AL Workflows: From Binary Fields to Coverage Review • AL in the EU and UK: Considering the Nuances of AL Workflows in Europe • Review Teams and AL Workflows: From QC to Case Team Feedback • From Workflow to Results: A Qualitative Consideration of AL Workflows Expert Presenters • Jonathan Flood: Director of EU Operations at HaystackID. • Stephanie Urbano: Director of EU and UK Managed Review at HaystackID. • Andrew Retizos: Senior Consultant on the HaystackID eDiscovery Client Services team. • Robert Lin: Senior Manager on the HaystackID eDiscovery Client Services team.
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