RDC Analytics Headlines Presentation on Accelerated Review and Predictive Coding for Women in eDiscovery
RDC Analytics, a content analytics consulting firm, announced that its Director of Analytics Market Development, Hope Swancy-Haslam, J.D., will lead a CLE discussion for the Atlanta Chapter of Women in eDiscovery on May 9.
- (1888PressRelease) April 27, 2012 - AUSTIN, Texas - RDC Analytics, a content analytics consulting firm, announced that its Director of Analytics Market Development, Hope Swancy-Haslam, J.D., will be leading a CLE discussion for the Atlanta Chapter of Women in eDiscovery on May 9. The presentation, titled "Accelerated Document Review - Concept and Predictive Coding," will examine current best practices for expediting document review in a timely and cost-conscious manner.
With the recent case law and media coverage, review is a key topic for corporations with large corpuses of ESI that need to be effectively reviewed for privilege and production. There are a number of technologies available that position themselves as formidable solutions for this expensive process, but there are also weaknesses as well. The presentation will take the time to talk about the pros and cons of the most common technologies and then recommend an approach for minimizing risk that focuses on defensibility and transparency.
The discussion will include:
• An overview of predictive coding
• The pros and cons of typical predictive coding tools
• The key blind spots of predictive coding
• Alternatives to artificial intelligence-based predictive coding
• Best practices for leveraging predictive coding
What: Accelerated Document Review - Concept and Predictive Coding
When: Wednesday, May 9
Noon - 1 p.m. ET
Where: Alston & Bird
One Atlantic Center
1201 West Peachtree Street, Suite 4200
Atlanta, GA 30309-3424
Registration: No registration is required.
About Hope Swancy-Haslam
Hope Swancy-Haslam, J.D., director of analytics market development at RDC Analytics, has more than a decade of experience in eDiscovery technology and legal education. She regularly hosts CLE presentations tackling subjects that range from eDiscovery basics to complex and in-depth examinations of the latest legal developments. At RDC Analytics, Hope is responsible for educational outreach related to eDiscovery and content analytics.
A published author and the former publisher of ALM's Texas Lawyer, she has supervised the development of many highly respected practice guides and treatises for attorneys. While at ALM's Texas Lawyer, Swancy-Haslam helped create Executive Lawyer (now In-house Counsel), a monthly supplement to the publication focused on general counsel. Her previous experience includes serving as director of electronic discovery services for a Dallas-based consulting firm, as a regional director at Merrill Corporation and as the vice president of business development for Engenium Corporation.
Hope received her B.A. in Communications from Baylor University in 1987 and graduated from Mississippi College School of Law in 1991.
About RDC Analytics
RDC Analytics is a content analytics consulting firm that specializes in lowering the cost and risk associated with investigating large volumes of data for legal, regulatory and business purposes. Its team of forensic linguists, mathematicians, librarians, and attorneys has deep domain expertise in eDiscovery and investigations, as well as broad experience applying language-based methodologies and tools to quickly analyze document collections and methodically narrow results with optimum transparency and defensibility. For more information on RDC Analytics, visit www.rdcanalytics.com, email inquiries ( @ ) rdcanalytics dot com or call toll free 855-599-RDCA (7322) dot
RDC Analytics is a division of RenewData, a venture-backed eDiscovery service provider that has been in business since 2001.