by Brendan Ryan
on October 02, 2018
Legal & Industry Education
By now, you should know that Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast is a monthly podcast featuring informal discussion of recent and relevant case law between Relativity team members and attorneys from the Relativity community (plus game segments!).
In perfect timing with his presence at Relativity Fest, the Honorable Andrew J. Peck is our guest in this month’s episode (brought to you by RelativityOne Certified Partner The MCS Group). He joins Relativity’s David Horrigan, Constantine Pappas, Julie Huner, Danny Pelc, and Anna Siroonian to discuss technology-assisted review (TAR), the defensibility of apartment elevator deposit penalties, and Jar Jar Binks.
You might also be interested to hear predictions on when the legal world at large will finally adopt TAR on the regular—and why it might not even matter by then.
Keep up with Uncivil Procedure on Twitter, Instagram, The Relativity Blog, or the Relativity Community until next month’s episode.
Brendan Ryan is Relativity's senior manager of community and customer advocacy, the team who catalyzes the network effect of successful end users, customers, and partners. Specifically, he supports the marketers who manage The Relativity Blog, as well as Relativity's Academic Partner program, social media engagement, Community site, and Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast.
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