Jason Hartley, a lawyer representative for the Southern District of California, chaired an exclusive CLE for a packed room of the District’s federal judges last week. The program, titled “JeopTARdy” tackled the sometimes confusing topic of technology assisted review, or TAR, in a Jeopardy! game show format. The contestants were none other than Dr. Maura R. Grossman, a “rockstar” in the TAR world who has been appointed special master by numerous courts and served as an expert witness in dozens of cases on TAR-related issues, and is the inventor of Continuous Active Learning (CAL), the most widely-used form of TAR; along with Megan E. Jones, a partner at Hausfeld LLP and seasoned litigator who successfully navigated 100 million documents in the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Antitrust Litigation to a successful multi-billion dollar settlement.
“We were delighted with the judges’ response to our program,” Jason said. “We successfully transformed a dry and complicated topic into a fun, engaging and educational program for our bench.”
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