Why the need for Automated Redaction is becoming increasingly urgent

eDiscovery
    More documents, more redactions, less time – sound familiar? Now more than ever, lawfully safeguarding personal information during eDiscovery, investigations, and data requests is vital.  As rising volumes of data and documents per case are compounded by booming DSARs and other data requests, it has become evidently clear…

Active Learning Review Case Study

eDiscovery
Active Learning Review Case Study Active learning is the AI within RelativityOne’s analytics suite. We have recently completed a large-scale review for an investigation. Time and cost were, as they always are, huge issues, so this was a fantastic project to show off the capabilities and spectacular accuracy of active…

Is there anybody out there?

Managed Services
Is anyone out there?
Is there anybody out there? Once again London’s offices are empty since the latest lockdown measures. No thriving entrance lobbies, crammed lifts or the sound of tapping keyboards. The lunchtime hustle and bustle of workers heading out for sandwiches, street food or something more substantial has gone. The Friday evening…

How RelativityOne Provides Multiple Lines of Defence

eDiscovery
How relativity one provides multiple lines of defence
How RelativityOne Provides Multiple Lines of Defence No matter what your area of expertise, if you’re a business owner, the chances are that matters of data security have kept you up at night. For legal firms and in-house counsel, these apprehensions are constant. Today’s ever-expanding landscape of data brings with…

Document Disclosure FAQ

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Document Disclosure FAQ - Altlaw
Document Disclosure FAQ How much notice do you require to prepare documents for disclosure? 24 – 48 hours. For example, if your deadline was 16:00 on Friday, we would expect to be given the green light by the close of business Wednesday.  This allows ample time to check for and…

Device Data Collection & What to Look Out For

News
Device Data Collection & What to Look Out For Collecting ESI (Electronically Stored Information) from its native source may seem like quite the daunting task in the first initial stages of e-Discovery. The matter isn’t helped with the increased use of physical devices and applications potentially holding a whole host…

Artificial Intelligence and Law – An Overview and History

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artificial intelligence
Artificial Intelligence and Law – An Overview and History Guest Speaker: Harry Surden, Associate Professor of Law, University of Colorado; Affiliated Faculty, CodeX Location: Stansford Law School First up was discussing ‘What is AI?’, generally speaking. AI usually describes using computers to solve problems. The phrase is not universally agreed…

Everything you need to know about RelativityOne

News
It is time to adapt to the new legal landscape Gone are the days when a legal professional could manage and review all their case data from within their own Outlook application. Digital technology has exploded over the last decade. And with that, so too has the number of channels…

Law & Order: Legal Tech’s Path to Disruption

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Legal Tech's path to disruption
Law & Order: Legal Tech’s Path to Disruption On Monday 24th February 2020, I attended a talk hosted by Finimize at Rise London in Shoreditch. This very interesting and wide-ranging conversation focused on the tech takeover including the eventual (?) automation of the delivery of legal services. The panel was:…
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