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Automated contract discovery and review for M&A

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | February 27, 2017
Contract

eDiscovery is not only relevant in corporate litigation or when responding to regulatory requests and investigations. eDiscovery technology can also be highly beneficiary to outside counsel and corporate lawyers involved in merger & acquisitions (M&A) due diligence, to the management of a venture…

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Takeaways from Legal Tech 2017

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | February 6, 2017
LegalTech 2017

The ZyLAB team attended Legal Tech in New York City last week. Below a short impression by our colleague Erika Kilborn.

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DIY eDiscovery and eDiscovery-as-a-Service - for when you need eDiscovery, statim.

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | November 21, 2016
DYI

Speed is paramount in eDiscovery, especially when you are facing tight eDiscovery, FOIA or regulatory deadlines. The sooner the data is available, the sooner organizations can start Early Case Assessment (ECA) and review. A high level of automation increases the speed of the eDiscovery process. The…

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How artificial intelligence can optimize your eDiscovery process

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | November 2, 2016
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Techniques from the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are rapidly finding their way into today’s business practices: they are being used to accelerate the speed and efficiency of organizations’ internal processes. The main reason for their success is that after several decades of research, AI…

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IM platform 6.6 - the fastest and most flexible way to deal with data

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | October 27, 2016
Data 2

In 1983, ZyLAB was the first company to introduce full-text search to the PC-platform. Since then, ZyLAB's software has been responsible for petabytes (1 petabyte = 1000 terabytes) of searchable information, billions of scanned and searchable paper-based documents, and millions of mailboxes.

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Artificial intelligence in your daily business practices

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | October 26, 2016
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Predictive Coding and Technology Assisted Review like eDiscovery itself, have become mainstream in any litigation practice. But Artificial Intelligence (AI) has a much larger tool-set which can also be used by the modern legal practice dealing with large data volumes. Machine Learning, Natural…

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European commission launches EU-US Privacy Shield

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | July 24, 2016
US - EU privacy shield

This week the members of the European Union approved the EU-US Privacy Shield. The Privacy Shield is a data exchange agreement between the US Department of Commerce and the European Commission and establishes new principles to regulate data transfers from the EU to the US. Under this Privacy…

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Thank you Goldman Sachs, free knowledge for compliance officers

Annelore van der Lint
Annelore van der Lint | July 4, 2016
Goldman Sachs logo

Recently I bumped into the article, "You won't believe what gets an email flagged at Goldman: CNBC has the list". It's an interesting read to see what the compliance officers consider to be keywords, sentences and patterns that raise their interest.

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Automating the FOIA process

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | May 15, 2016
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It was a pleasure to sponsor last week’s ACEDS webinar featuring Mr. Daniel J. Metcalfe, the founding director of the Department’s Office of Information and Privacy (OIP). In the early days, Mr. Metcalfe guided all federal agencies on the government-wide administration of the Freedom of Information…

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