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  • All Roads Lead to eDiscovery: Luncheon & Panel Discussion at Relativity Fest London

    The Event Relativity Fest London was held last week (1 May 2018) and as a Relativity Master I always benefit from attending these events to stay abreast of new software updates, and of course, to attain some of the continuing education credits that keep my Relativity certifications current ...

  • RelativityFest London 2018 Highlights

    The second annual RelativityFest London was held on 2 May 2018 with over 800 attendees from the eDiscovery community Several members of Advanced Discovery attended including Emma Young, director, who also spoke on a panel titled “All Roads Lead to e-Discovery” which featured women pioneers who...

  • Artificial Intelligence in Action: Case Study

    Muckle LLP - Using Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to Narrow Review Scope, Defensibly Muckle LLP, a commercial law firm in the UK, engaged Advanced Discovery as their eDiscovery partner in a breach of warranty dispute for an aerospace client involving a high-density document set and short...

  • Impact of Artificial Intelligence In the Legal Industry

    93 Percent of Legal Professionals Think Artificial Intelligence Will Help or Create More Opportunity Within the Legal Industry, According to Consilio Survey AI has already improved code-based tasks like eDiscovery for some time through the form of technology-assisted review (TAR)  And in fact,...

  • Thoughts on the Power of ONE from our CEO – Jim Burke

    Advanced Discovery and Consilio recently announced a definitive agreement to combine into a single company that will become one of the largest and most-capable eDiscovery, document review, risk management and legal consulting solutions providers in the market  Please click here to read the press...

  • Potential Technology Options for Criminal Prosecutors

    The recent reports regarding the number of prosecution cases which have been dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in the UK, apparently due to issues with the evidence disclosure process, have led to various related issues being highlighted and solutions being sought Some of the issues...

  • Women in eDiscovery Technology Bootcamp

    What do 100+ women in a conference room in Downtown San Diego do on a Thursday night Party like it’s 2018 and talk about eDiscovery tools, of course! When I arrived at West Broadway in San Diego, my heart was racing at the thought of presenting to a group of successful, smart, driven women in...

  • What Was Important at Legaltech This Year?

    What Was Important at Legaltech This Year We’ve just wrapped the 2018 version of Legaltech New York With a mix of formal presentations interspersed with informal discussions among peers and colleagues, and punctuated by indulgence (overindulgence) in all that New York has to offer, this...

  • Discarded Devices – A Danger to your Data

    Every rainy and windy day I walk through many parts of London and there are endless displays of rubbish strewn across the sidewalks (some neighbourhoods more than others) Perhaps the collection is Thursday and people have left their refuse on display on a Tuesday – naughty tenants Among the...

  • The Convergence of GRC and eDiscovery

    Before documents and data become evidence in litigation, they are already accessible within a company’s vast data repository as risk Having an early warning risk smoke detector to discover issues before they engulf an organization’s bottom line and reputation is the future of just-in-time...

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