Philip N. Yannella


How do companies tackle litigation and regulatory challenges? By developing a strategy around the facts. Mounting volumes of electronic documents make it increasingly difficult to get to the point of the matter.

Predictive coding is an increasingly useful tool in electronic discovery. Predictive coding makes document review more efficient by leveraging reviewer decisions, to help attorneys identify important information sooner and reduce the volume of irrelevant documents to be reviewed.

But is it defensible? Predictive coding can be validated statistically, providing attorneys confidence that they are meeting the requirements of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

In this webinar, Mr. Yannella will discuss how predictive coding can be validated statistically to increase its defensibility in a court of law.

Discussion topics will include: 

  • The definition of predictive coding 
  • The benefits of predictive coding and how this process is changing discovery 
  • How to apply predictive coding in litigation 
  • The defensibility of predictive coding in a court of law

Who Should Attend

In-house and outside counsel interested in or currently working on matters involving electronic discovery in litigation or regulatory matters will benefit from this program.

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related practices

E-Discovery and Data Management