What Does the Zoom Boom Mean for E-Discovery?
An aspect of this shift to remote work that has been less discussed is the impact remote working has had on tools and methods of communication—and what that means for discovery of digital evidence.
On Prem LegalTech's Swan Song
"You can either look at the pace of cloud adoption as a glass half full or half empty." DISCO's Cat Casey sees the pace of adoption growing dramatically and the challenges driving adoption are not going anywhere any time soon.
Is Legal AI Making Lawyers Dumb? Quite The Contrary
"The value a lawyer brings to their clients is in their legal knowledge, strategy and guidance - not the manual review of documents," says the chief innovation officer of legal technology provider Disco.
Drowning in Data
Today, people operate professionally and personally in a digital society, leaving a vast computer-generated footprint in their wake. This digital roadmap offers a wealth of information and potential evidence for the savvy legal professional who knows where to start digging
Law Firms Are Not Tech Companies—And It’s Time They Stopped Trying To Be
Law firms are great at the practice of law, but most are not designed to build massive data centers, develop cutting-edge technology, or stand alone against well-funded and sophisticated cyber attackers- is it time to give up the ghost?
Unraveling the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on law, technology and Innovation.CINO, Cat Casey get's candid.
Legal Tech's Predictions for eDiscovery in 2021
No in-person review? No problem. Lawyers and legal technologists make their predictions on how the move to remote work, the proliferation of collaboration platforms, and more will affect e-discovery in 2021.
Uncovering Evidence in a Digital Age
Technology impacts all aspects of modern life, transforming how people learn, work, and communicate. Understanding these new potential sources of evidence is critically important to zealously advocate for clients.
From Big Law to Legal Tech, DISCO's New CINO Sees E-Discovery Renaissance
DISCO's first chief innovation officer says eager investors in legal tech, ballooning data created by lawyers’ clients, and a greater need for advanced analytics are fueling e-discovery's renaissance.
E-Discovery Techniques to Investigate and Mitigate Insider Threats
When it comes to investigations into the theft of IP, the use of e-discovery tools as part of the investigation itself may significantly reduce the time required to uncover bad behavior.
Legal Tech's Predictions for Innovation in 2021
Attorneys and legal technologists see 2021 pushing the trends brought on by remote work even further, with AI and analytics continuing to grab attention. Here's what they're watching out for in the new year.