Are you an attorney or a litigation support professional trying to decide if you should be using predictive coding and when?
Join the new Predictive Coding Primer: Key Things for Attorneys and Litigation Support to Know Before Taking the Plunge webinar where ediscovery experts from Thomson Reuters will provide you with a primer on predictive coding. Thought leaders will then lead an insightful discussion on the future of predictive coding and how you can benefit from it.
After attending the complimentary webinar, you will gain insight into:
- How predictive coding works in software tools today.
- When predictive coding will assist you in your review.
- The pros and cons of utilizing predictive coding.
- Judicial viewpoints highlighted in recent case rulings.
- Techniques to help ensure predictive coding results are defensible.
Denise Yusuff, CEDS
Before joining Thomson Reuters, Denise Yusuff worked on various document review projects as a document reviewer. She has been with Thomson Reuters for 10 years. She has extensive experience advising small law firms on how to integrate solutions into their workflow. For the past four years, she has advised law firms on ways to conduct their ediscovery review and trained them on Thomson Reuters ediscovery review tools. She is ACEDS certified and a certified mediator.
Kyle Sparks, CEDS
Senior Ediscovery Specialist
In a previous role Kyle created a Litigation Support Department for an AMLAW 200 firm where he not only developed procedures for all things ediscovery including collection, processing and review, but hired and managed a staff of ediscovery professionals. As a Senior Ediscovery Specialist at Thomson Reuters, Kyle assists in creating training materials for multiple products. He has created ediscovery basics curriculum for small and medium law firms as well as consulted with multiple clients regarding the EDRM and everyday ediscovery procedures. Kyle is ACEDS certified.
VP Product Management & Partner Management
Ed Sohn is a VP Product Management & Partner Management with Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services delivering Pangea3 award-winning legal outsourcing services and employing over 650 trained litigation team members and full-time employees across the globe. After five and a half years as a BigLaw litigation associate, Ed spent over two years in New Delhi, India, managing hundreds of Indian attorneys and professionals in delivering high-value managed legal services. He now focuses on creating and delivering integrated technology, managed services, and outsourcing litigation solutions.
Senior Product Developer
Sarah Westergren was a practicing attorney in a large law firm setting for over four years prior to joining Thomson Reuters, focusing in the areas of major corporate and product liability litigation. After joining Thomson Reuters, she spent five years training small law firms on legal research and practice management. Since 2014, she has been a member of the product management team for eDiscovery Point. Her primary responsibilities are for eDiscovery Point’s analytics and predictive coding workflows.