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Demystifying the Alphabet Soup of Legal AI

What is legal AI? There is quite a bit of confusion surrounding legal AI and frankly, AI in general. For the purposes of this article, let’s use the original definition proffered in 1956 by the man who coined the term AI, John McCarthy: "the science and engineering of making intelligent...

ILTA Europe - Special Interest Group Meeting: Litigation Support

Description Please join ILTA’s quarterly meeting for professionals in Litigation Support - An opportunity to share your work, pick your peers' brains and build connections in legal. The theme for the next call is Use of Emerging Data Types in Litigation and Investigation . Agenda 1...

 04-26-2021 | 15:00 - 16:00 GMT

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New Kids on the eDiscovery Block

Over the last decade, there has been a steady increase in the volume, variety, and velocity of data and formats that are in scope for ediscovery matters. When ediscovery first hit the legal stage, a big case might be 100 GB — stored at a cost of $2,500/GB — and data sources might include Word,...

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Let’s Get Digital - Uncovering Evidence in the Digital Age

Please enjoy this blog post authored from Cat Casey, Chief Innovation Officer, DISCO. Technology impacts all aspects of modern life, transforming how people learn, work, and communicate. People today operate professionally and personally in a digital society, leaving a vast computer...

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The Case For Caselines

Please enjoy this blog post from Gretel Best, Manager of eDiscovery & Litigation Support, Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP. It has been well over a year since the start of the COVID19 pandemic and we are all keenly aware of the profound changes it has had on our personal and professional lives. ...

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Litigation Support Tool Tips - Adobe Action

Being in eDiscovery, many times I find myself having to perform the same task on hundreds or thousands of PDFs – for example, removing hidden information and comments. Thankfully, Adobe has a feature called “Actions” that allows you to apply one or more routine sets of commands to PDFs. ...

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Short Text Messaging - Know Before You Go

Short Messages (SMS) are one of three classes of text messages found on mobile devices and messaging platforms and have been in existence since 1992. The other two categories of "text messages" are MMS (which include multimedia attachments) and chats. SMS pose unique challenges within eDiscovery...

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Moving Beyond Litigation Support

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Sonam Sharma, Senior Manager, X1. The age-old adage of change being the only constant has never been truer than in today's times. With pandemic induced disruptions fast-tracking an already burgeoning impact of technology in day-to-day proceedings of...

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Litigation Support Tool Tip – Create Folders from a List in Excel

Please enjoy this blog post tip from Amy Bowser-Rollins, Instructor, Litigation Support Guru. In litigation support, we try to leverage Excel’s functionality for numerous tasks. In eDiscovery matters, we collect electronic data from multiple custodians. We usually create a folder for each...

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Running Regex Searches With a Grep Utility

A grep utility is a tool which can be used to run regular expression (regex) searches through the text of multiple files. If you have a set of hundreds or thousands of PDFs or text files, and you want to extract text from these files which matches a regex pattern, a grep utility can run the...