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As the application of advanced technology becomes more prevalent in the legal industry it is important to understand automation, analytics and predictive coding.

Join this webcast as experts walk through each concept to provide a better understanding of options and use cases. Learn the terminology associated with various analytics and precedents for analytics in case law.

Receive an overview of the latest trends and uses for analytics in eDiscovery including:

  • The most common forms of analytics.
  • Provide better visibility and accuracy into litigation timelines and costs.
  • How to reduce the volume of irrelevant data promoted to review
  • How to review documents more efficiently

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Jeanne Somma
Director of Analytics & Managed Review
RVM Enterprises, Inc.

Jeanne Somma is the Director of Analytics & Managed Review at RVM Enterprises,Inc. In this role, Jeanne is responsible for the delivery of the company’s analytics services, standardization of analytical processes in discovery workflows, and strategies to improve and enhance these services for its clients.

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Daniella Schnieder

Daniella Schneider is an attorney with experience in litigation, including commercial litigation, civil litigation, class actions, and labor and employment. She has been extensively involved in all areas of pre-trial litigation and has gained expertise in discovery and e-discovery management.

Daniella graduated from The Georgetown University Law Center, where she served as the Executive Editor of the Georgetown International Environmental Law Review. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from The George Washington University.