TAR: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Note: the Teams link will be provided only to those who RSVP Yes on Tuesday, Feb 22.
As many courts, government agencies, and ediscovery providers have adopted the use of Technology Assisted Review, there are some who still have yet to embrace TAR as an accepted method of review. Our February meeting will take a unique approach in presenting our panel of expert opinions on the use of TAR and our moderator will provide the devil’s advocate/counterargument to using TAR.
Tracy Drynan, Senior Consultant at OpenText
Tracy brings over 12 years of investigative experience to guide the development and leadership of an investigative Intelligence Team and provide consultation on the analytics platforms capable of providing augmented intelligence to the team's engagements.
Jaclyn Schoen, Vice President of Strategy and Artificial Intelligence at TrustPoint One
Jaclyn is an expert in using human-guided, machine-assisted workflows to aid clients in achieving their two largest goals when presented with an eDiscovery project: (1) finding the evidence they need; (2) meeting their obligations to produce. In addition, Jaclyn has been well known for creating processes, developing other experts and managing teams that are changing the way lawyers do discovery.
Allison Dunham, Director of Advanced Technologies, Case Insights at Epiq
Allison leads the Early Case Assessment and Advanced Technologies Division at Epiq. Allison is an analytics expert, and evangelist of the power of early case assessment (ECA), leading a team of talented legal technologists responsible for validating the effectiveness of data interrogation.