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.
Thought Leadership and Industry Trends
Between protecting personally identifiable information (PII), the impact of artificial intelligence (AI), avoiding phishing and ransomware attacks, and GDPR sanctions, lawyers and law firms have a lot to be concerned about. In light of this complex landscape of surging data, litigation, and regulatory obligations, where do the risks really lie?
CDS was proud to be a Gold Ambassador at the 10th Annual EDI Leadership Summit which went virtual for the first time. The organizers do a great job of bringing together the right people seeking to solve problems with the aid of technology, and we always appreciate the opportunity to participate.
Every year, Relativity Fest brings eDiscovery, compliance and legal technology practitioners together to learn, share and connect and get the latest in eDiscovery news. This year, Relativity Fest 2020 was completely virtual with over 100 free live and on-demand sessions across 11 specialized tracks.
Relativity Fest 2020, held September 21-23, brought together the global eDiscovery community, with registrants from more than 40 countries who took part in over 100 free live and on-demand sessions across 11 specialized tracks. What everyone missed from attending the in-person event was compensated by the accessibility (free for everyone!) and convenience of joining virtually.
Highlights from LIBOR Summit 2020 – Online Edition – Litigation and Documentation: Updates to Guide Your Transition Planning
COVID-19 has not stopped the need to plan for the LIBOR transition. In fact, appropriate planning and action has become even more urgent. For this reason, CDS and Greenpoint Financial co-hosted the virtual event LIBOR Summit 2020 – Litigation and Documentation in April to bring together experts to provide updates and advice to organizations, regulators, and counsel.
In this article in Above the Law, Mike Quartararo, President of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), sits down with Chris O’Connor, Bill Belt, and Sue-Deelia Tang from CDS to discuss a hot topic in ediscovery.
Social Media and eDiscovery shared the limelight at this past month’s Women in eDiscovery Chapter meeting. The conversation explored the future of data privacy in the U.S. and the effect on social media preservation, as well as the interplay between U.S. and international laws.
As one of the industry’s most experienced, long-standing Relativity partners - with 35 Relativity Certified Administrators on the PM team, no less - it’s not surprising that Relativity Fest is one of the most important events on the CDS calendar, outside of our own...
A recent blog post posed the question “Have we lost the war on eDiscovery?” There may be an eDiscovery War, but from my perspective, we are fighting on the same side.
As companies and law firms struggle with managing increasing amounts of data, cloud-based solutions are becoming an important option to consider. This year’s CDS Putting Insights Into Practice event had several panels focused on eDiscovery, including one focusing on the benefits of eDiscovery in the cloud. While many companies have moved at least some of their data to the cloud, when it comes to eDiscovery and its workflows there are additional advantages.