Please join the Chicago Women in eDiscovery for our March Luncheon!
WHEN: Thursday, March 15, 2018
11:45am – 1:00pm
WHERE: DLA Piper
444 West Lake Street, Suite 900
* Lunch provided by Robert Half Legal, Event Sponsor
TECHNOLOGY ASSISTED REVIEW (TAR): What Is It? What Should You Do If Someone Wants To Use It?
This session will provide an explanation of what Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is, also known as predictive coding, and how it generally works. Predictive coding has the potential to be a useful review tool for reviewing large productions. We will discuss strategies for leveraging this technology for more efficient productions, as well as look at some of the cons. We will also explore issues that can arise when counsel wants to comply with a subpoena using predictive coding software, and what to do in those situations. Our speakers will address TAR from the user’s perspective and the vendor’s perspective.
TRACY GREER, Senior Counsel – E-Discovery, Antitrust Division, Department of Justice
Tracy Greer is the Antitrust Division’s Senior Counsel for Electronic Discovery. She has been developing policies and practices addressing electronic discovery issues at the Antitrust Division for several years. She is also a member of the Department of Justice’s Electronic Discovery Working Group and the coordinator for the Antitrust Division’s Discovery and Technology Working Group. She has appeared on numerous panels and conferences. She has been a faculty member at the DOJ’s National Advocacy Center, teaching on a variety of electronic discovery issues.
Ms. Greer received her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin where she served as the Managing Editor of the Texas Law Review. She clerked for the Hon. Joseph Sneed on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She received her undergraduate degree from Brown University.
BILL BAILEY, Solutions Specialist, Relativity
Bill Bailey serves on the Relativity Solutions Team providing workflow consultation to clients, helping them get the most out of Relativity analytics and technology assisted review toolset. Bill previously practiced law in the area of mergers and acquisitions at Seyfarth Shaw and Vedder Price. Needing a new challenge, he turned his attention to the technology field, where he has worked in roles ranging from software developer and data architect, to product manager.
His current focus is on applying analytics and machine learning technologies to solve some of the toughest big data problems faced by law firms, governmental bodies and corporate organizations, especially in the area of e-Discovery. Bill has a JD from Northwestern University School of Law and a BA in Economics from Tufts University, and is licensed to practice law in Illinois.
Please RSVP using the link below by Tuesday, March 13, 2018: