TAR has been court-approved for use in litigation for years, but many legal professionals still don't use it: transparency is a key factor.
As data analytics tools and methods become more sophisticated, they can can help organize, visualize, identify and reduce data to expedite review and enhance review processes. Here are some use cases you may not have considered.
What is the ethical duty for courts and lawyers regarding the use of AI? How should they address that ethical duty in their daily practice? Here’s what the American Bar Association (ABA) says.
What really motivates a whistleblower? What does a whistleblower investigation look like? And what should company leaders know in order to ensure their organizations are prepared and protected when these types of investigations affect them? Host Kimberly Culpepper interviews in-house expert, Jeffrey Grobart.
As data volume and complexity continue to grow, in-house legal professionals are in prime position to examine the evolving eDiscovery model and leverage upstream synergies that can benefit a number of enterprise efforts. What do you need to know to lead your organization in the right direction? Read this eBook to ...
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new headline-grabbing buzzword these days as we come to appreciate the extent to which it has permeated our daily lives—not just in conversation—but in reality. We've been using AI for a while in the legal community, without calling it that. If we do, will it matter?
The increasing data sophistication of some eDiscovery professionals along with the tools that they are able to deploy (or create) is raising expectations and transforming the eDiscovery landscape. How can you get the most from your provider AND leverage the value of your data? H5's Jason Richard discusses.