Last time, I wrote about how eDiscovery professionals can help lawyers meet their ethical responsibilities as set forth in ABA Resolution 112 (2019) on the use of AI. This time, let’s discuss how to use their skills and experience to help translate technical details, provide transparency, assist with inquiries to identify potential bias, and manage vendor relationships.

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