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Transforming Responsive and Privilege Reviews with AI

Advancements in the last decade have brought artificial intelligence out of theory and into operation. In the legal arena, the implications of this change […]

SAFETY Act Decreases Private Sector Risk and Liability

The Support Anti-Terrorism by Fostering Effective Technologies (SAFETY) Act of 2002 was passed as part of the Homeland Security Act. The SAFETY Act removes […]

Design Thinking in Sightline

Design Thinking is non-linear process, the goal of which is to arrive at the best outcome, given a particular problem or set of challenges, […]

Dispute Trends in the Energy Sector

Energy sector disputes dominate international arbitration both in number and value, with the highest value arbitral awards in history arising from energy-related arbitration. Joint […]

Simple Steps for Data-Driven E-discovery Procurement

Evaluating future consumption for the diverse set of services that we lump into the category of “e-discovery services” is a daunting task in organizations […]

You Should Push for Alternative Fee Arrangements

Billable hours have been around a long time, and inertia presents a hurdle to innovation. Creative attorneys, however, are learning to package their services […]

Protecting the Corporate Jewels

There are a number of things to consider when using digital forensics for investigating potential theft or improper usage of proprietary data. Bring Your […]

Changing Views on Privacy

There is a widespread shift underway in how U.S. citizens view protection of their personal data. Massive data breach scandals are a key cause […]

Ransomware Attacks Hit Legal System

Ransomware has become the weapon of choice for cybercriminals. A recent report by SonicWall shows that nearly 100,000 ransomware attacks are happening per day […]

Data Privacy Landscape Changing Fast

The United States has a varied data privacy landscape comprised of a series of federal, state and local laws. Some states have enacted data […]