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Reviewing half a million documents in just two hours

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | May 28, 2019
0050 - ZyLAB - General Use

One of the key highlights of our recently introduced ZyLAB ONE 5.0 is the Assisted Review option that helps reviewers to quickly find relevant/responsive documents.

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Redaction done right

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | May 23, 2019
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Disclosing information requested under the Freedom of Information Act or state open records laws is already a tricky business. The use of improper redaction techniques now makes it incredibly risky, too.  Agency personnel struggle to find the perfect balance between the public’s right to…

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Lawyers can be more competitive

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | May 21, 2019
0062 - Rubix cube solution - General Use

Every lawyer needs an effective way to review, sort, cull and search to find the relevant data in their clients’ cases. Properly employed technology protects their margins and gives lawyers the competitive edge they need.

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Communications advance faster than transparency regulations

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | May 16, 2019
0064 - Labyrinth - General Use

Ours is a mobile society that relies on instant, convenient communications. And it is profoundly affecting the ability of government agencies to timely respond to FOIA and public records requests (PRRs). The digital communications that make up today’s public records and the mobile devices they are…

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5 Questions to assess your current FOIA and public records requests

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | May 14, 2019
0050 - ZyLAB - General Use

Are you struggling to meet the ever-increasing demands of public records requests?  Not sure, where your agency stands when compared to “best in class” processes when it comes to public disclosures?  Answer these five questions and find out now!

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Mastering complex FOIA & Public Records Requests: Part 2/2

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | May 8, 2019
0062 - Rubix cube solution - General Use

Part 2: A single technology platform for the entire process    As we saw in the first of this two-part blog post, local, state, and federal government agencies are developing regulations and guidelines for including complex digital communications in public records disclosures required under open…

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eDiscovery technology is not just for the bigger firms

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | May 7, 2019
0069 - David Goliath - General Use

One thing that keeps surprising me is the still widespread idea that eDiscovery technology is exclusively available for enterprises and the bigger firms. Although most people agree with the fact that SaaS makes eDiscovery technology wider available, a lot of solo litigators and small firm lawyers I…

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Mastering Complex FOIA & Public Records Requests: Part 1/2

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 30, 2019
0050 - ZyLAB - General Use

Communications advance faster than transparency regulations Ours is a mobile society that relies on instant, convenient communications. And it is profoundly affecting the ability of government agencies to timely respond to FOIA and public records requests (PRRs). The digital communications that…

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Why lawyers should not be afraid of Artificial Intelligence

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 25, 2019
0012 -Artificial Intelligence - General Use

Lawyers need to embrace innovation and new technologies if they want to ensure their economic survival. Artificial intelligence (AI)-based technology has revolutionized the legal profession. 

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