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Ralph Losey

Ralph Losey practices general employment litigation and e-discovery in the Orlando office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He serves as the...

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Michele Lange

Michele Lange is Kroll Ontrack’s Director of Thought and Leadership and a nationally recognized e-discovery expert. Kroll Ontrack is...

In 2015, astute ediscovery practitioners are looking for ways to take predictive coding to new heights using recall calculations. Ralph Losey, a leader in the e-discovery and predictive coding field, has devised a new approach to recall and precision accuracy measurement. What is this formula and how is it more effective than previous systems?

In this episode of The ESI Report, Michele Lange interviews Ralph Losey about ei-Recall, a calculation he formulated for measuring the recall of electronic discovery processes. In a very comprehensible interview, Losey explains what recall and precision are in the e-discovery field and shows some of the limitations within current discovery reviews. He then discusses how ei-Recall can be a more simple, realistic, and accurate system for review, because it calculates the recall as a range, only requires one sample, and is an easily-understandable process.

Ralph Losey serves as head of the National E-Discovery Counsel and litigation support in the Orlando office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He is also a writer, researcher, and educator in the field of electronic discovery and legal search. Ralph is the founder of the Electronic Discovery Best Practices group, the developer of an online legal training course in ediscovery, and principle author and publisher of the e-DiscoveryTeam.com blog.

Special thanks to our sponsor, Kroll Ontrack.

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Published: February 27, 2015
Podcast: ESI Report
Category: e-Discovery
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