Leveraging in-house tools in new ways doesn't just help support law firms’ bottom lines; it can also help attorneys better serve their clients with innovative, efficient solutions to their unique challenges.
As popular culture some serious tension in regards to AI, we asked some of our partners to give us their take on artificial intelligence in e-discovery. Interestingly, we found a quartet of common themes woven among them.
When claims of abuse are made, Child Justice steps in to protect Maryland’s children who are “lost in the system.” Through Relativity’s Justice for Change program, Acorn Legal Solutions helped with their most recent case.
Matthew Golab—director of legal informatics and R&D at Gilbert + Tobin—knows that the strategic use of AI frees up time and energy that will enable lawyers to work more efficiently and more thoughtfully for their clients.
Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum, and collaboration is an essential key to success in the legal realm. For Chris Haley, this knowledge has helped him establish some important habits over the course of his career.
Short message data will likely begin to outnumber emails in RelativityOne next year. Luckily, at Relativity, we’re innovating to deliver a simpler solution for tackling chat data during e-discovery: RSMF.
AI Visionary Michelle Six, partner at Kirkland & Ellis, believes innovative e-discovery teams are positioned for greater success in the near term as technology continues to evolve in the face of explosive data volumes.
When Susan Wortzman founded MT>3, now a division of McCarthy Tétrault, she knew that adaptability, innovation, and a super fast pace were key to delivering unique and highly effective solutions to her clients.
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