Accelerating International eDiscovery: Overcoming the challenges of multilingual litigation

Litigation Has Gone Global

Are you sure you can defensibly handle data in multiple languages?

DATE: Tuesday, July 16
TIME: 9 a.m. CT / 10 a.m. ET / 3 p.m. BST

Register on the right to attend this essential webcast covering everything you need to know:

Litigation and regulatory investigations often cross international boundaries. And with the rising volume of electronically stored information (ESI) involved in doing business today, that often means massive volumes of data in multiple languages involved in discovery.

Multilingual data in discovery presents challenges above and beyond those already facing cross-border discovery projects – namely, how to handle translation for review. Options for legal practitioners faced with multilingual litigation projects are multifarious: many legal matters require a deft combination of native-language review teams, third-party translation companies, and machine translation.

Recent advances in machine translation technology, however, make the third option worth revisiting. In this webcast, you’ll hear from experts on the best practices and pitfalls of multilingual litigation. You’ll learn:

  • How to perform cost analysis on different translation approaches
  • What criteria to use to assess the use of human translation vs machine translation
  • How to evaluate technology for machine translation
  • Best practices for deploying and managing automatic translation projects during discovery
  • Common pitfalls of multilingual discovery – and how to avoid them
  • Real-life success stories from legal practitioners on the cutting edge of global discovery

This is a valuable webcast for any litigation practitioner facing multilingual data in litigation or investigations. Expert speakers will be:

  • Dr. John Tinsley, Founder and CEO, Iconic Machine Translations
  • Dominic Piernot, eDiscovery Consultant, Inventus
  • Jérôme Torres Lozano, Director of Professional Services, Inventus
  • Moderator: Sarah Brown, eDiscovery Expert, Inventus