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ACEDS NY Metro Chapter: Advancing Your eDiscovery Career Into Privacy

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for a virtual event. Thanks to the GDPR, CCPA and the increased focus on data privacy, companies and law firms have been increasingly focused on data privacy compliance.The event will be a discussion with people who have been able to transition from an eDiscovery role to roles more focused […]

AI Series – Part I: Introduction to Machine Learning

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for a panel discussion on machine learning. Join data scientists from Brainspace, FRONTEO, NexLP and OpenText for an introduction to the technology that powers TAR and AI. We'll give a non-technical overview of how the technology works and how that might inform your workflows.Moderator: Lilith Bat-Leah, Senior Director of […]

AI Series – Part II: Soft Law, Ethics and Standards

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for a panel discussion This session will focus on ISO and IEEE standards/regulations for AI. It also intersects with concerns regarding racial justice and discrimination issues associated with technology, which highlights transparency/translucency issues also being addressed by standard-setting bodies.Moderator:Ignatius Grande, Director, Berkeley Research GroupIgnatius Grande is a Director at […]

AI Series – Part III: Practical Considerations for eDiscovery Practitioners

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for a Panel Discussion. Join the managers leading TAR and analytics teams at Hogan Lovells, Orrick and Paul Weiss for a discussion on practical applications of machine learning technologies for eDiscovery and investigations. They'll explain why using AI/TAR/analytics on real cases isn't nearly as complicated as many believe, how […]

AI Series – Part IV: The Process of Innovation in the Legal Tech Space

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for a panel discussion. Each of our three panelists have co-founded a legal tech company. They come from very different backgrounds and have employed very different approaches in solving problems. One is an Amlaw 50, Harvard law grad type. Another has a Carnegie Mellon masters in computer science with […]

The State of the eDiscovery Market

Join the ACEDS New York Metro Chapter for a panel discussion Join Ari Kaplan, Mallory Acheson, Joseph Borstein and Kimberly “KQ” Quan for a panel discussion on the state of the eDiscovery market.

Enduring Impact of Covid on Managed Document Review

Join the ACEDS NY Metro Chapter for an E-Discovery Day event In this webinar, panelists will discussWhat remote review looks like from a security perspective (what tools are available, what to look out for)Partnership between law firm, client, hosting provider and review providerWhat reviewer training looks like remotelyWhat Review Management looks like remotely (how to […]