E-discovery analytics like predictive coding, concept clustering and search term analysis are often mistaken as tools intended only for large and complex matters. The reality is these functionalities can be easy to get started with and scaled for any case, regardless of the size, to improve review efficiency and better inform case strategies. During this webinar you will learn actionable insights that will allow you to:
- Introduce and deploy analytics to your legal team
- Utilize analytics for your day-to-day e-Discovery workflow to optimize review efficiency
- Determine how and when to utilize Continuous Active Learning
- Apply concept clustering for early case assessment and quality check
- Conduct search term analysis to identify and prioritize key terms
Sponsored by Ringtail E-discovery Software
The Ringtail e-discovery platform helps law firms, corporations and government agencies around the world tackle the complexity and scope of today’s e-discovery. A full-featured platform, Ringtail software processes and culls data, provides a broad range of tools for data review and coding, and empowers users with a comprehensive set of redaction and production tools. Ringtail also features world-class visual analytics, concept clustering, predictive coding and advanced workflows. Ringtail is available in a SaaS deployment model, as a managed services model with assistance from Ringtail’s partner network or as an on-premises installation.
Global Director, E-Discovery & Client Technology
Dorsey & Whitney LLP
Caroline Sweeney is responsible for the delivery of Dorsey’s e-discovery services, including LegalMine Managed Review services, litigation technology support, and trial technology support. Caroline is a member of Dorsey’s Electronic Discovery Practice Group and the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Social Media Practice Group. She has extensive experience consulting with attorneys and clients with regard to e-discovery, including identification, preservation, collection, processing, review and production of electronically stored information. Her 25+ years of experience in the litigation support industry, include working in the law firm and litigation support vendor environments. Caroline is actively involved in the e-discovery community. She is ACEDs certified, currently Co-President of the Twin Cities ACEDs chapter, and participated in the development of the litigation support certification test for the Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP).
Sr. Managing Director
Emily Tice is a Senior Managing Director and leads the customer success teams for the Ringtail business. She is based in New York. For the past twelve years Ms. Tice has managed and consulted on some of the largest electronic discovery matters in the U.S. and abroad. Ms. Tice has focused her client service on large, multi-faceted litigations in the automotive, banking, and pharmaceutical industries. She has also led litigation and investigation matters, including partnering with other practices on Ponzi and financial regulatory cases. She specializes in leveraging FTI’s sophisticated tools to meet client goals and needs while managing cost and risk.
Sr. Manager, Product Marketing
Jeff Braislin is focused on marketing Ringtail features and functionality to new and existing customers. Prior to joining FTI, Jeff spent 7+ years as a product marketer for a leading advertising analytics platform and 5+ years as a business analyst for growth stage ventures.