Denver, CO—November 11, 2015—Even though technology assisted review (TAR) offers immense savings in both time and review costs, many attorneys hesitate to use it because of concerns about "transparency" in the process. On Thursday, Nov. 12, a free webinar will demonstrate how legal teams can eliminate transparency concerns through the use of advanced TAR 2.0 technologies.

Transparency becomes an issue when a party wants to use TAR in litigation. Often, the opposing party insists as a prerequisite that counsel agree to disclose the TAR process they will use and which documents they will use for training. When the parties are unable to agree on the transparency issue, courts are split on how they decide the issue.

However, by using a TAR 2.0 process that employs Continuous Active Learning, the transparency issue is minimized or even eliminated, as U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck acknowledged in his recent decision in Rio Tinto PLC v. Vale SA: “If the TAR methodology uses ‘continuous active learning’ … the contents of the seed set is much less significant."

In this free webinar, "Solving the Transparency Issues in Technology Assisted Review," panelists will discuss how TAR 2.0 solves transparency concerns. After providing an overview of the transparency issue and discussing recent case law, panelists will explain why transparency is a concern with TAR 1.0 but not with TAR 2.0.

The speakers, all former trial lawyers include John Tredennick, CEO and founder of Catalyst; Mark Noel, managing director, Professional Services, at Catalyst; and Thomas C. Gricks, managing director, Professional Services, at Catalyst. The panel will be moderated by Robert J. Ambrogi, a lawyer and legal journalist who serves as director of communications at Catalyst.

Advance registration is required. For more information or to register, click here.

About Catalyst

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