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Why lawyers should not be afraid of Artificial Intelligence

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 25, 2019
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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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eDiscovery for public disclosure: the quest for a transparent government

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 23, 2019
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eDiscovery technologies are proving to be powerful tools for improving internal records management and retrieval processes that serve to increase transparency into U.S. state and federal government agencies. And without a doubt, they’ve arrived not a moment too late. Legislative changes have…

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4 Solid reasons why law firm should use eDiscovery Analytics

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 18, 2019
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Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized the legal profession. Advances in AI-based eDiscovery analytics drastically increase the speed and improve the quality of the eDiscovery process not just for in-house counsel. Smart and innovative law firms already benefit from the use of the latest…

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5 Proven ways to simplify PPR review and accelerate the disclosure process

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 16, 2019
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As the number of FOIA and Public Records, requests increase exponentially, the cost for identification, collection, review, and disclosure of the requested information weighs heavy on the Legal and IT departments of these agencies. ZyLAB has enhanced its Gartner #1 rated eDiscovery solution to help…

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Artificial Intelligence for law firms: it all starts with trust

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 11, 2019
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The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to speed up legal processes has also been incorporated in the law firm industry. As defensibility is key in business critical processes like eDiscovery and other complex investigations, the basis of acceptance, is trust. Trust starts with…

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Smart redaction and auto-classification for FOIA & Public disclosure requests

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 9, 2019
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When it comes to Public Records requests, what I hear most from FOIA and Public Disclosure Officers is how critical it is to "get it out" and "get it right." Our clients are under great pressure to respond to each request by the legal deadline ("Get it out!") while also ensuring that no sensitive…

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Why SaaS eDiscovery is a natural fit for law firms

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | April 4, 2019
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Law firms are under pressure to offer excellent service and to control budgets at the same time. Lawyers work with aggressive schedules and their clients demand accurate and comprehensive results. The challenge is providing the best current technology at an acceptable cost. eDiscovery as a…

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Technology resolves the FOIA fees dilemma

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | April 2, 2019
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In 2017, federal agencies processed 800,000 public records requests (PRRs) at a cost of $500 million. Only a very small amount - less than 1% - was recouped in fees.   The federal Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) allows for agencies to charge fees for searching and copying records, but not for…

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Why we need machines for open government requests

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | March 28, 2019
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In 2009, President Obama issued a Memorandum in which he reaffirmed his commitment to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and urged agencies to adopt “new technologies” to administer it. While the President did not go as far as to say that without technology open government is no longer an…

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