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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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LegalTech19 is in the books and was fantastic (and exhausting) as ever!

Brenda Dodd
Brenda Dodd | February 1, 2019
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Well it’s a wrap.  LegalTech 2019 is in the books and was fantastic (and exhausting) as ever.  It was great seeing old friends and making some new ones.  I’ve been attending LegalTech for many years and like eDiscovery technology, have witnessed its transformation.  What struck me this year was how…

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January 28: Celebrate Data Privacy Day!

Jan Scholtes
Jan Scholtes | January 28, 2019
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Today is Data Privacy Day, also known in Europe as the Data Protection Day. The purpose of Data Privacy Day is to raise awareness and promote privacy and data protection best practices. It is currently observed in the United States, Canada, India and 47 European countries.

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Assisted Review: can we turn down the noise please, TAR 2.0?

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | November 14, 2018
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The techniques that underlie eDiscovery as it is practised today did not come out of nowhere, but lean heavily on the science of document classification that was invented in the late 1820's in Germany. The first American school for library science was founded at Columbia University in 1887. 

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Assisted review - don't get ROI rage

Yannick Duport
Yannick Duport | November 7, 2018
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Although eDiscovery is said to have been ‘invented’ in 1999, it is now an integral part of the legal process. Even a slip-up over a detail could cost you your case, or weaken your position when you’re negotiating a settlement, this is why you can’t cut corners when it comes to eDiscovery.  

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Smart lawyers have nothing to fear from AI-based technology

Jeffrey Wolff
Jeffrey Wolff | February 21, 2018
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In the keynote at the ABA Tech Show in Chicago next month, Professor Dan Katz will offer a provocative view of the near future and tell lawyers that they should embrace innovation and new technologies if they want to ensure their economic survival.

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A brighter eDiscovery future thanks to state-of-the art algorithms

Jan Scholtes
Jan Scholtes | February 8, 2018

To no one’s surprise, Legal Week18 was all about Artificial Intelligence. AI in the legal industry currently is The Big Hype. The opening keynote by ALM’s Nicholas Bruch and Steve Kolavan explained why there is so much interest to automate more parts of the legal process using AI. From 1995 to 2007…

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Legal Week as seen by ZyLAB's CEO, Dennis van der Veeke

Dennis van der Veeke
Dennis van der Veeke | February 7, 2018
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Last week was my second Legal Week and compared to last year, I noticed many changes that made me very proud.

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The most common questions I heard while in ZyLAB's booth at Legal Week

Jay Schneider
Jay Schneider | February 6, 2018
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During Legal Week 2018, I watched the keynotes, attended some sessions, and walked around the exhibition halls, but spent most of my time in the ZyLAB Booth. I enjoyed being in the booth. In part because I could spend quality time with some of my Amsterdam-based colleagues (we usually only connect…

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