by Rhys DipshanVol. 101 No. 4 | Equal opportunity?
EDRM, the organization that devised the widely used Electronic Discovery Reference Model, has strived to keep e-discovery practitioners up to date on the ever-evolving digital landscape. Its guidance and standards, […]
An organization that develops models and standards for electronic discovery has set its sights on developing guidance on technology assisted review (TAR) – a process that involves using machine learning […]
The Supreme Court’s October Term 2016 was unusual because from the first Monday in October until the April argument calendar, there were only eight justices on the bench. This affected […]
Social media applications have become ubiquitous in modern communication. But the use of these applications presents unique challenges for judges, who are not only judicial officers but also parents, community […]
Frontrunners in the costly game of e-discovery have begun to distinguish themselves by using data analytics in creative and effective ways to tackle the critical tasks of identifying key evidence, unearthing […]
by George SochaVol. 101 No. 3 | Bold and Persistent Reform
“Artificial Intelligence in the Law” should be the tagline for what’s next in legal technology, if coverage in the legal press is any guide. Lawyers and vendors alike are extolling […]
by George SochaVol. 101 No. 2 | Can science save justice?
The legal technology press is replete with articles touting the advantages of Technology Assisted Review (TAR), mostly as a way to streamline the review of electronically stored information (ESI) and […]