The inevitable acceptance of predictive coding promises to fundamentally change how a very expensive part of litigation gets done.
Hoboken, NJ (PRWEB) March 14, 2011
E-Discovery promises to be a major point of discussion at this year’s Text Analytics Summit.
Gerard Britton, a practicing attorney at Constantine Cannon LLP and a principal consultant at CAAS LLC, will cover the major issues associated with electronic discovery, including the increasing pressure to reduce costs, the constraints on predictive coding, and the threat that it poses to current e-discovery practices. may pose to the average legal expert. The presentation will also explore the emerging predictive coding marketplace and where there may be room for growth in the near future.
"The inevitable acceptance of predictive coding promises to fundamentally change how a very expensive part of litigation gets done. Where large numbers of attorneys now work to review documents, I think you will see within a few years at most, small highly trained teams conducting e-discovery. It's a very interesting time," says Mr. Britton.
Mr. Britton develops advanced data and text mining solutions in the areas of electronic discovery, investigations, compliance, monitoring and law enforcement, making him a perfect fit to present on this topic.
“I’m very excited to have Mr. Britton participate in the summit this year. There are few legal experts who are qualified to speak on this topic. I think his presentation will be an eye opening experience for many who do yet fully understand the impact that e-discovery is and will be having on the legal industry,” says Ezra Steinberg, the director of the Summit.
The Text Analytics Summit is the flagship event of Text Analytics News. The event is set to attract more than 200 senior-level executives from a multitude of industries that use or will soon use text analytics in their business practices.
The 7th Annual Text Analytics Summit is taking place on May 18-19 at the Radisson Hotel in Boston. For full event information, please visit the website at http://www.textanalyticsnews.com.