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Uncovering the impact of technology on law How is technology impacting law?

When considering the industries that emerging technology can affect, the field of law practice is the least likely one to come to mind. However, the impact of growing technological advancements on the legal field has been significant and far-reaching, transforming many facets of legal practice. Technology has completely changed how attorneys gather evidence, formulate cases, [...]

By |2024-06-11T15:32:41+00:00June 17th, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

AI’s Role in Deposition Preparation & Analysis

There’s no denying it—artificial intelligence is changing the legal landscape. Generative AI and the use of machine learning promise to boost efficiency and reduce prep time through multiple phases of litigation. For depositions in particular, AI can cut through a tsunami of document review and help identify the connections, contradictions, and facts to explore during [...]

By |2024-06-11T15:19:26+00:00June 14th, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

Disruptive Technology and Generational Change: What’s Next on the Legaltech Horizon

The legal industry is undergoing a profound transformation, driven by the convergence of disruptive technologies and the rise of a new generation of legal professionals. As an industry veteran, I have witnessed the immense potential of innovation to revolutionize the way we approach projects, handle data, and view emerging trends. Embracing what is coming will [...]

How do eDiscovery Services handle Large Volumes of Electronic Data in Litigation Cases?

The investigation portion of lawsuits involves both parties asking each other for information. Electronic discovery or eDiscovery is the process of electronically identifying, collecting, preserving, reviewing, and producing electronically stored information (ESI) for legal proceedings or investigations. This discovery process is part of all civil cases and aims to find admissible evidence in a civil [...]

Emerging Use Cases and the Future of AI for Legal

Last time, we continued our “nuts and bolts” series of artificial intelligence (AI) for legal professionals with a look at several current legal use cases to which AI is being applied today that have demonstrated proven benefits. However, generative AI and large language model (LLM) technologies are beginning to play a significant role in eDiscovery [...]

This Week in eDiscovery

Rulings on eDiscovery Increased in 2023 Decisions on eDiscovery in U.S. District Court cases increased by 10% in 2023 even as civil case filings dropped by 8%, according to the eDiscovery Assistant 2023 Case Law Report released late last month. The report also categorizes the top issues in eDiscovery cases last year. Failure to produce, [...]

Technology Made Privilege Logging Unwieldy. Can AI Fix It?

Of the many changes former U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck saw during his decades on the bench at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, there is one in particular that is continuing to cause him growing concern. “When I got on the bench in 1995, the privilege logs in [...]

By |2024-04-15T18:19:34+00:00April 23rd, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support, Privilege Log|0 Comments

E-Discovery in Employment Cases: Practical Issues (Part 1)

E-discovery is an essential component of most employment-related lawsuits. Modern technology and communication tools have substantially increased the volume of electronically stored information (ESI) in the workplace. Most employment disputes, including claims involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and breaches of restrictive covenants, are fact intensive, further increasing the relevance of email and other electronic communications. The [...]

Slack and Collaborative Work Tools: The Proper Scope of Discovery of Slack Channels

Slack, the collaborative workspace designed to streamline real-time communications between business teams, poses some challenges in the eDiscovery context (see our prior blog post). This blog post discusses a recent decision that explores the proper scope of discovery regarding Slack messages – specifically, whether each individual Slack message should be treated as a discrete document [...]

By |2024-03-06T21:49:42+00:00April 1st, 2024|AI, e-discovery, Litigation Support|0 Comments

The Justice Gap in Legal Tech: A Tale of Two Conferences and the Implications for A2J

In the blur of activity that was last week, I attended two legal tech conferences, plus an adjacent legal technology summit. After starting the week in New York at the glitzy celebration of big law tech that is Legalweek, and ending it in Charlotte, N.C., at the Legal Services Corporation’s Innovations in Technology Conference devoted [...]

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