Meaghan Zore

Meaghan Zore

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Business & Corporate Attorney in San Francisco, CA

Zore Law
 | 391 Sutter Street, Suite 207
San Francisco, CA 94108
Phone: 415-347-0004
Selected to Rising Stars: 2017
Licensed Since: 2009
Practice Areas:
  • Business/Corporate (60%),
  • Intellectual Property (30%),
  • Entertainment & Sports (10%)

About Meaghan Zore

Admitted: 2009, California

Professional Webpage: https://www.zorelaw.com/about-zore-law/

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • The Barristers Litigation Section presents Technology-Assisted Review March 25, 2014: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmMCLE Credits - 1 H, This is a brown bag lunch.  SpeakersKaren HouriganPartner, Redgrave LLP Sheila MackayVice President of eDiscovery Consulting, Xerox Litigation ServicesVictoria OlivereDiscovery Project Manager, GoogleChristopher Wimmer Founder, Emergent Legal (moderator)Meaghan ZoreAdjunct Professor at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law and Attorney, Zore Law, 2014

Scholarly Lectures and Writings:

  • Technology­assisted review (TAR) has proven to be a superior alternative to manual, human review for large document sets — in terms of both cost savings and search quality. Studies conducted as part of the Text Retrieval Conference (TREC) show TAR produces higher levels of recall and precision as well as better relevancy calibration. For these reasons, courts 1 are seeing the value of TAR, and in some instances, ordering parties to implement TAR methodologies. Most early TAR­related court opinions commend a high level of cooperation 2 and disclosure between opposing parties. However, the inherent risks associated with overdisclosure may discourage litigators from adopting TAR methodologies. A balance must be struck between the duty to cooperate and the duty to zealously represent a client’s interests., Author, Dialing Back Disclosure: Best Practices for Balancing Cooperation and Client Interests, Workshop on Standards for Using Predictive Coding, Machine Learning, and Other Advanced Search and Review Methods in E-Discovery (ICAIL DESI V Workshop), International Conference On AI And Law, 2013
  • Clinical guidelines translate complex research findings and expert opinion into actionable recommendations. However, the effectiveness of even evidence-based guidelines is rarely tested as a whole in a real clinical environment. We have developed a decision support system for implementing clinical guidelines in a busy pediatric practice. We have added to this system the ability to randomize patients to receive care with or without system support of the guideline or guideline components. The randomization is part of the Arden Syntax that implements the system logic. The result is a relatively effortless process for testing guidelines, as they are implemented, to assure that they are effective. We describe the system and the process by which this guideline evaluation functionality was built in, using two guidelines (asthma management and maternal depression screening) both of which have been applied to thousands of patients to date., Co-author, Using Arden Syntax and Adaptive Turnaround Documents to Evaluate Clinical Guidelines, AMIA, Informatics Professionals, 2006

Industry Groups

  • Ecommerce
  • IoT
  • Mobile
  • SaaS
  • Office Location for Meaghan Zore

    391 Sutter Street
    Suite 207
    San Francisco, CA 94108

     

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