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Austin, TX, United States, 2012/11/02 - RenewData's Vice Chairman Rich Cohen, Esq. is a featured speaker at the Daily Business Review’s Law Tech Miami - RenewData.com. NASDAQ: CG
RenewData, a full-service eDiscovery provider that offers the industry’s broadest spectrum of review acceleration solutions, announces its Vice Chairman Rich Cohen, Esq. is a featured speaker at the Daily Business Review’s Law Tech Miami.
The sold-out event, scheduled for Nov. 2 in Miami, offers legal technology-related programming with topics that cover discovery data growth, iPads and litigation and mobile device management.
Cohen’s presentation will focus on technology-assisted review, which is a hot topic for eDiscovery since it helps organizations quickly and cost-effectively analyze and interpret document collections. The session will specifically discuss the two primary types of technology-assisted review – artificial intelligence-based and language-based methodologies – and highlight a “blind spot” in the former that can lead to sub-optimal results if not addressed at the outset of a project.
Cohen will also address:
• The pros and cons of each alternative.
• How to choose the right methodology for each matter.
• What case law tells us about technology-assisted review.
• Best practices to achieve optimal results with each alternative.
• How to address the “blind spot” with the artificial intelligence-based methodology.
About Rich Cohen
Rich Cohen, a resident of Weston, Fla., is responsible for business development and corporate development for RenewData. He brings more than 30 years of management and legal experience as a corporate executive, consultant and General Counsel. Prior to joining RenewData, Cohen served as Senior Vice President & Managing Director of Legal Services for a large legal services organization focused on complex litigation matters and bankruptcies. Previously, Cohen was COO of Integrex Professional Claims Services where he was responsible for operations, IT, sales, and marketing. His extensive experience also includes General Counsel at Ohio Power and Columbus Southern Power Companies; Senior Director, Corporate Legal Markets and Strategic Alliances/Licensing at Lexis-Nexis; Vice President at Lexford Residential Trust; Deputy Law Director for the City of Cuyahoga Falls; and Assistant Law Director for the City of Akron.
Cohen has received MARTINDALE-HUBBELL's prestigious AV rating for 15 consecutive years. He has served as the President of the American Corporate Counsel Association in Ohio and currently serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Electricity Journal. He also serves on the Advisory Board of Bryan University's eDiscovery Project Management program and on the Strategic Advisory Panel of Trustifi. He is a member of the American and Ohio State Bar Association, has chaired the American Bar Association's Coordinating Group on Energy Law, has co-chaired the American Bankruptcy Institute's Mass Torts Subcommittee and been a member of the ABA Class Actions/Derivative Suits Subcommittee. Cohen is a member of the Corporate Counsel Advisory Board for The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and a recipient of the Distinguished Legal Service Award conferred by Corporate Legal Times. Cohen holds a Bachelor degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a Juris Doctor from the University of Akron School of Law.
RenewData (renewdata.com) is a full-service eDiscovery provider that helps corporations and law firms achieve significant time and cost savings, attain a high level of defensibility and reliability, and easily manage multiple projects for legal, regulatory and investigative matters. The company has a deep history building and applying advanced technology for eDiscovery, and has a particular expertise in review acceleration, delivering the industry’s broadest spectrum of solutions to expedite analysis of large collections of data. Of particular note, RenewData’s Language-Based Analytics offering uniquely accelerates review without relying on artificial intelligence, delivering dramatic savings with a high level of transparency and insight into reviewer decisions.