Many service providers will tell you that leveraging AI in eDiscovery is the equivalent of using an easy button. Too many repetitive tasks? AI will automate them. Improve on previous cases? Predictive analytics to the rescue. Hunting for small amounts of data among millions of documents? A simple task with AI.
While we might not have an easy button, AI isn’t as difficult to deploy as most people think. You just have to be aware that use cases for AI aren’t identical. There are different wrinkles, and subtle nuances that distinguish each one in every matter.
We’ve been busy at the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) trying to understand the quickly evolving landscape that impacts lawyers, paralegals, and other legal professionals.
We launched tA survey at Relativity Fest in Fall 2022 to assess the current state of AIML in eDiscovery and document review.
We received an outstanding response, with 242 participants, including attorneys, consultants, litigation/practice support professionals, and paralegals, sharing their experiences and insights on AIML technology in the legal industry.
2020 was a turning point during which we saw innovation and technology compliment unprecedented challenges to the practice of law. As the devastating effects of COVID-19 permanently altered the world’s systems, work-from-home culture became the norm, forcing attorneys to examine both data privacy and security measures and guidelines around the practice of law.
Stevens & Bolton, a leading UK law firm, has been providing exceptional legal assistance to its clients for the last 150 years. Attorneys at Stevens & Bolton are highly experienced and have a wide range of expertise including banking, finance, real estate, commercial, and regulatory law. The firm works with large companies all over the world; however, it also specializes in working with individual clients in areas such as employment, family law, immigration, and taxation.
With a philosophy based on empathy, excellence, and providing realistic, decisive advice, Stevens & Bolton has built a reputation as a highly experienced and effective law firm across the globe.
COVID-19 changed how many of us work, creating a rapid pivot for many organizations, including law firms, to a hybrid or fully remote work structure. Where once everyone was expected to work onsite at the law firm offices, working from anywhere has become the norm for many law firms.
Does your firm use Worldox? Wondering where it fits in with the industry shift to cloud-based applications and servers?
Worldox is a popular server-based document management system that many law firms have used for decades. Working from home during the pandemic has forced firms to consider how they access their data, and opened the door for new cloud-based applications which do not require servers.
Follow these tips for drafting faster in Microsoft Word using styles, templates and the Quick Access toolbar.
Do you spend more time than you’d like drafting documents? If so, you’re not alone. With these three simple tips, you can shave hours off your document drafting process.
As you know, legal services are typically document intensive and often, the service rendered is the document itself (estate planning documents, purchase contracts, leases, etc.). Even in practice areas where the document is not the final product (such as litigation), most of the work still involves creating documents.
In view of this, efficient use of the tool we use to create documents (Microsoft Word) is extremely important.
Windows 10 is still the world's most popular operating system for desktop computers, with more than a billion active PCs running it.
Windows 10 has reached a point of polish and functionality to earn it a PCMag Editors' Choice award, and it's still preferable to Windows 11 for its more helpful Start menu, Taskbar, and touch gestures.
What is Windows 10 Professional?
Windows 10 Professional is a version of the Windows 10 operating system designed for business and professional users.