Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) December 08, 2016 -- Inspired Review's Co-CEOs will help lead an expert panel discussion at Pittsburgh's well known eDiscovery thought leadership group, Friends of eDiscovery. The Topic of the program will be: DOCUMENT REVIEW: PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE.
This Friends of E-Discovery program goes where few CLEs go. Into the depths of document review. Karl Schieneman of Inspired Review will moderate a panel discussion focusing on the development of managed review, the ethical issues associated with contracted review, and document review case law. We’ll take a close look at how managed review developed to fix various QC and reviewer motivation issues on review projects and, with technology now being viewed by many as the future savior of review, discuss the opportunities to improve review.
Karl Schieneman, Co-CEO of Inspired Review and past leader of Pittsburgh Friends of E-Discovery, will lead the discussion and moderate a panel to include Mike Dalewitz, Co-CEO of Inspired Review, Adam Tondryk, Managing Director at Catalyst Repository Systems, and Beth Wurzel, Reed Smith’s Director of E-Discovery. Mike Dalewitz, Founder and CEO of Inspired Review will specifically contribute his knowledge on Innovation and the Future of Document Review
Mike disclosed some of his thoughts on the matter; “It is time for change in attorney document review. No matter where we go with technology, there will always be a need for human eyes on review and finding advanced methodologies to build and manage better teams is now more crucial then ever."
The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 8th, from 12-1:30 p.m. in the Jury Assembly Room on the 3rd floor of the Federal Courthouse at 700 Grant Street.
A 1.0 Pa. CLE credit, available to attendees for a $10 administrative fee (checks preferred) to the Women's Bar Association of Western Pennsylvania, a licensed provider of Pennsylvania CLE that is providing and reporting the CLE credit.
About Inspired Review:
Inspired Review is the most groundbreaking document review firm in the industry up to date. The firm prides itself on a cost-effective fixed-price per document model, with Quality Control workflows that mitigate a significant amount of risk of human error i the document review phase. Inspired Review's proprietary recruiting and metrics systems along with their fastest growing business line of secured remote document review, have changed the method to get top talent and provide better processes in large document intensive matters.
Chelsea Schieneman, Inspired Review, LLC, http://www.inspiredreview.com, +1 (646) 308-1375 Ext: 9, [email protected]
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