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Artificial Intelligence and Legal Technology: To Boldly Go Where No Legal Department Has Gone Before!
From Thomson Reuters
The legal industry has only begun to realize the potential and impact of AI on day-to-day practice. How will this technology impact the profession?Read More
The practice of law has come a long way from shorthand and stenotype or the introduction of email. Just as those technologies were groundbreaking and significantly altered the legal industry - so too will artificial intelligence (AI). While you may envision talking robots and pop culture references, AI is much more than the sum of all those parts.
This article discusses the ways in which AI will become ubiquitous - an indispensable assistant to practically every lawyer. Those that do not adopt and embrace the change will get left behind.
Within the next few years, we will find ourselves on the cusp of a revolution in legal practice led by the adoption of artificial intelligence - particularly by in-house lawyers.
Examine the implications of AI today.
Unlock valuable lessons from the most recent and interesting e-discovery case law. Read summaries detailing e-discovery no-nos from data compliance misconduct to total e-discovery breakdown.Read More
This Summer 2017 volume includes quick abstracts of e-discovery case law from the last 10 years, plus 11 full summaries of recent 2017 cases. You’ll also discover trends in how courts are applying the new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) to validate best practices.
The collection covers cases with many high-profile brands, such as Wal-Mart Stores, UPS, Goodyear Tire, Angie’s List and the return of Targate.
Dig in to glean how the courts are bringing issues of proportionality, cooperation and preservation to the forefront on cases such as:
- Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. v. Haeger
- Williams v. Angie's List, Inc.
- Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Cuker Interactive, LLC
Review these summaries now to know where to focus your own e-discovery practices and boost compliance for the remainder of 2017 and beyond.
From Thomson Reuters
Practical Law Chart: A complete 50-state survey compilation of vacation pay policiesRead More
With vacation season in full swing, July is the perfect month to remind your organization how vacation pay differs in the states in which you are located.
Take a few minutes to pull information from the Practical Law Vacation Pay State Laws Chart, a 50-state survey that highlights whether paid vacation benefits are considered wages, use-it-or-lose-it policies, and payment of accrued vacation on termination by state.
Work with your HR, Finance or Management teams to ensure compliance, and your leadership team will thank you for being so proactive in protecting the company from potential violations!
Learn why e-discovery challenges require new technology and new thinking.Read More
Today's burdensome data trends require practical new approaches to e-discovery. Combining true-SaaS technology and "Intelligent Discovery" processes gives corporate legal departments greater control, reduces costs, and improves access to data.
Get workflow tips on topics:
- Expediting Review Through Instant Data Access
- Using Technology to Make Data Processing Efficient
- Preserving in Place Defensibly
- Collecting Only the data You Need When You Need It
Download this resource to learn how colliding trends are affecting e-discovery today.Read More
True cloud software represents the future of e-discovery and it is the most sensibly approach for legal departments to quickly and easily reduce data volumes, and get instant access and insights about discovery data - giving them the power to truly "know now" about the merits of a case - without having to wait.
Learn why e-discovery is moving in-house for lower, more predictable costs:
- 57% of in-house counsel that report spending more than $1M on e-discovery per year
- 79% reported decreasing reliance on outside resources, redirected the work in-house
- 94% of corporate counsel rate cost as a frustrating aspect of e-discovery