[Webinar] The Tom & Jeremy Show: Why use a nail gun when I have this old hammer?

August 11th, 1:00 pm EST
EDRM - Electronic Discovery Reference Model

August 11th, 2022
1:00 PM EST

Tune in at 1 pm EST on the second Thursday of each month starting Thursday June 9th to engage in a 30-minute interactive webinar-style discussion with renowned eDiscovery and data science experts from OpenText, Tom Gricks, Sr. Principal Consultant, Recon Investigations, and Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Sr. Principal Data Scientist.

From the dangers of fixating on marginal costs when selecting an eDiscovery platform and the hard truths about portable TAR models to the merits of taking an investigative approach to document review, Tom and Jeremy will reveal the inconvenient truth: the good, the bad and the ugly in eDiscovery.

Episode 3: Why Use a Nail Gun When I Have This Old Hammer?

It’s shocking. Even today, lawyers are reported to use artificial intelligence techniques like technology-assisted review in only the most extraordinary situations, under the mistaken belief that modern AI cannot truly enhance human competencies. In this episode, join our experts as they show you how TAR is like a nail gun to a hammer… it saves time, is more accurate, is safer, more powerful, and more convenient – and it’s easy to use


Tom Gricks, Sr. Principal Consultant, Recon Investigations

Dr. Jeremy Pickens, Sr Principal Data Scientist, OpenText


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