Leverage Modern Analytics to Strengthen Your eDiscovery Practice – August 5th, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

August 5th, 2021

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

The term “Analytics” seems to be everywhere these days, but what does it really mean? Most legal teams could benefit from a better understanding of its core concepts.

In this one hour CLE webinar, you’ll learn the essential concepts of analytics, plus some tips on how to leverage them during eDiscovery to dramatically improve the efficiency of your searching and document review.

Seasoned panelists from Nextpoint and Dagger Analytics will discuss:

  • Basic terminology
  • Regular Expression Searching
  • Keyword Expansion
  • Predictive Coding

We hope you can join us for an enlightening and entertaining hour!


Bruce Ellis Fein Bruce Ellis Fein
Legal Director
Dagger AnalyticsBruce Ellis Fein, Legal Director and Co-Founder of Dagger Analytics, Inc., leads Dagger’s legal predictive coding operations. Mr. Fein, a lawyer, has pioneered predictive coding technology and techniques in the legal field for over a decade. He helps clients understand the trade-offs between accuracy, cost, and speed through tailored graphical and tabular explanations, while keeping Dagger’s technology in the vanguard by blending proprietary development with the latest advances from academia. He has created patented document review technology, brought to bear expertise in mass parallelization, and overseen the automated tagging of millions of documents, delivering clients untold savings in review time and expense. He has published, been quoted, and given expert testimony on technology-assisted review.

Prior to entering data analytics, Mr. Fein was a litigation associate at Kellogg Huber Todd Evans Figel and Frederick and at Sullivan and Cromwell, both in Washington, DC. He formerly taught at the University of Chicago Law School and served as a law clerk for Judge Morton I. Greenberg of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He graduated with honors from the University of Chicago for both law school and college.