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Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
As generative AI and LLMs continue to evolve, what are the legal and business implications for eDiscovery professionals?
Generative AI is poised to radically transform the way people conduct business and perform their work, including the practice of law. Get up to speed with a deep dive into the evolution of LLMs and ChatGPT, followed by a look at the implications on legal professionals, from enhanced efficiency to potential liabilities.
Today’s expansive data source environments are much more complex, as is the regulatory environment driving decisions on compliance strategy. What steps can organizations take to prepare to handle the challenges of a dispersed, diversified data landscape in advance of any compliance requirement event?
After a data breach is discovered, notification becomes essential. Companies are under tremendous pressure to determine what data has been taken and who they must notify, sometimes in as little as 72 hours. That’s where eDiscovery expertise can make a key contribution.
Justice can only be gained on a level playing field, and tools that allow legal consumers to engage in the discovery process in a more efficient, effective way will help them get to that core truth more quickly. Read on for how the Justice for Change program provides access to best-in-breed eDiscovery technology.
Negotiating proportionality has long been a challenge for litigators. Fortunately, the New Proportionality model can provide structure to the analysis and may help level the playing field by providing a standard vocabulary and reliable cost metrics.
BYOD policies allow employees to use personal devices to access the organization’s data in the pursuit of doing their jobs. Cost-savings and convenience aside, misunderstandings surrounding BYOD policies are driving a steady stream of litigation and investigations. Do the risks outweigh the benefits?
Tracking user activity on a matter-by-matter basis can be extremely tedious, time-consuming and cost-intensive. Months and even years of active hosting and user costs can accumulate on inactive matters while case teams await a final disposition or settlement agreement. Vision AutoArchive automates eDiscovery database management based on user activity and other pre-set criteria.
Overturn reporting can be a tedious, manual process, often performed on a weekly basis to avoid excessive professional service charges. AutoTracker integrates with the RelativityOne workspace to automate the process of tracking and reporting reviewer overturns.
In this series, we explore a series of proprietary automations for review, analytics, reporting and database management that comprise the CDS Vision 2.0 feature release which streamlines and automates time-intensive, essential processes for CDS Relativity users.