Getting it Right the First Time: Training and Certification in Predictive Coding
Original Broadcast Date: Tuesday, May 8, 2012
The popularity of Predictive Coding has skyrocketed over the past year, not only in light of recent court endorsements of computer-assisted document review, but also because this functionality has been proven time and again to dramatically improve efficiency and accuracy. And as the legal industry accelerates its adoption of Predictive Coding, the demand will increase for legal professionals who are skilled in using this technology.
Attend this webinar to learn about:
- The risk organizations face by relying on poorly skilled employees working on highly sophisticated, highly complex, make or “break the bank” cases.
- How having trained and certified staff, in key positions, not only improves case strategy and outcome, but can also lower the cost resources for review.
- The complexity of the computer-assisted review landscape.
- The availability of the first and only training and certification program to educate and train attorneys and litigation support professionals in the Predictive Coding technology and workflow.
- Michael Potters
- CEO/Managing Partner
- The Glenmont Group
Michael founded the Glenmont Group in 2001 as a Boutique Executive Search firm specializing in Legal Technology and Information Governance positions across all 4 industry verticals: Corporate, Law Firm, Consultancy & Legal Vendor. He has served on the Advisory Boards of The Association of Litigation Support Professionals, The Masters Conference, The IQPC, AIIM & ARMA is a frequent presenter at Georgetown, IQPC, ARMA & Computer Forensics Institute events. Mr. Potters has published articles for various Legal Technology publications and is a regular contributor to SC; the Info Security Magazine and the Legal technology blog eDiscoverying.
- Howard Sklar
- Senior Counsel
Prior to joining Recommind, Mr. Sklar was Global Trade and Anti-Corruption Strategist with Hewlett-Packard Co. At HP, he was in charge of the company's global anti-corruption compliance program. He also was counsel to the Global Trade division, giving relevant business units advice on compliance with US sanctions. Before going in-house, Mr. Sklar served 12 years as a prosecutor and regulator, first as an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County, NY, where he developed a specialty in computer crime investigation, and then as a senior enforcement attorney in the Branch of Internet Enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Sklar has lectured on the FCPA both nationally and internationally.