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Looking Forward from 2017 on Ediscovery

At 10:00am PST today Everlaw will host a webinar with Judges Sallie Kim and Xavier Rodriguez on the top ediscovery court opinions from the past year. Register now to attend the session live or to access the post-webinar recording. Looking Forward from 2017 on Ediscovery There have been hundreds of cases with ediscovery issues in the
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artificial intelligence ediscovery

Today we’ll continue our weekly series on our ediscovery chapter of a legal informatics book. In this series, we’re covering the ediscovery basics, core technical ediscovery concepts, the technologies powering ediscovery, and the future of ediscovery. We’re pleased today to dive into one of the more popular technologies used in modern ediscovery: machine learning, also often
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ediscovery robot

Robot lawyers are making headlines everywhere from USA Today to the Washington Post thanks to Stanford University student Joshua Browder, who has created a chatbot he claims is powering “the first case of a fully automated lawsuit.” “You can sue Equifax for $25,000 by pressing a button,” Browder tweeted. Upset about the credit agency’s massive
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Instead of Fighting About Discovery, Set up First and Second Pass Review to Produce Responsive ESI

Reviewing electronically stored information (“ESI”) for productions should be a streamlined process to identify responsive information. Parties often find new and exciting ways to derail document review. Consider the employment discrimination case of Bird v. Wells Fargo Bank, where the Defendant took the following positions: It would take 6-8 weeks for it to collect the
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