When lawyers prepare for litigation, depositions, mediations, or even internal investigations, they conduct a document review to find all the documents related to the case. If the document review is large enough, they may enlist the help of others,
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Artificial Intelligence and Legal Defensibility – Distinguishing AI Concepts and Explaining in Plain Language
We are often asked if we incorporate artificial intelligence (“AI”) into our legal workflows and electronic discovery processes. This question is not surprising given the efficiencies and cost savings associated with AI.
Typically, these questions are followed by inquiries…
8 Ways to Reduce Data for Large Document Reviews
We recently hosted a webinar “Recognize, Reduce, Review: Techniques to defensibly reduce your document review.” During the 30-minute presentation, Percipient’s Head of Forensics Vaish Palavalli and Document Review Project Manager Adam Szulczewski discussed eight techniques they use to reduce…
Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs) – Common Use Cases
Alternative legal service providers (ALSPs for short, “law companies”, or “New Law”) are fast becoming anything but ‘alternative.’ A recent report estimates that ALSPs have raked in over $14 billion in market share globally and are growing at an…
What is ECA (Early Case Assessment) and Why is it Important?
- Early case assessment (ECA) provides an opportunity to understand documentary and digital evidence. It also presents opportunities for fact finding and cost savings.
According to the Grossman-Cormack Glossary of Technology-Assisted Review, early case assessment, or ECA, is a…
Overview: The Three Types of Forensic Collections – Physical vs. Logical vs. Targeted
According to a recent EDRM survey, nearly a third of its respondents reported that in most or all of their legal matters involved data collected from mobile devices. While evidence and data from mobile devices has long been important…
A Look Into the Crystal Ball: Data Predictions for Legal in 2022
As we welcome in the new year, we took an internal poll of our team and asked them about legal trends they saw in 2021 and what they predicted for 2022. Here is what they had to say:
Our Most Popular Legal Ops, Legal Technology, and Electronic Discovery Articles from 2021
As we usually do at year’s end, we take a look at our most popular articles for the year and compile a “best of” list.
Here are our greatest hits of 2021:
Most Popular Articles from 2021
The Legal Ethics of Cloud Computing & SaaS
According to the American Bar Association 2020 Techreport, 60% of its survey participants answered “yes” to the basic question of whether they had used web based or software as a service (SaaS) applications in their practice.
Understanding Microsoft Teams eDiscovery
The popularity and use of collaboration tools has greatly increased over the past few years. New sources of data create new places from which data must be collected and reviewed for eDiscovery purposes. This is especially true as the world…