Want 57 Million Reasons to Audit Your GDPR Compliance? Just Ask Google.

Late last month, France’s data protection enforcement agency, the Commission nationale de l’informatique et des libertés (CNIL), slapped Google with a 50 million euro ($57 million) fine for GDPR violations. (See the CNIL’s decision here in French.) That’s the steepest penalty yet under the new law … Read more about Want 57 Million Reasons to Audit Your GDPR Compliance? Just Ask Google.

Improving eDiscovery by Building Stronger Relationships Between Legal and IT

Lawyers and IT professionals are both prone to speaking in their own specialized languages—which the other side may not understand at all. But to truly improve your eDiscovery, legal and IT need to communicate effectively. Why Communications Between IT and Legal Are Critical to eDiscovery In a … Read more about Improving eDiscovery by Building Stronger Relationships Between Legal and IT

Better Living for eDiscovery Lawyers Through Artificial Intelligence Technology

In 2011, an article in the New York Times, citing the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) applications for eDiscovery, predicted that “armies of expensive lawyers” would soon be “replaced by cheaper software.” The piece highlighted a selling point for legal services clients: “‘From a legal … Read more about Better Living for eDiscovery Lawyers Through Artificial Intelligence Technology

Artificial Intelligence Is Making eDiscovery Easier, But It Won’t Take Your Job Completely

Artificial intelligence (AI) is all over the headlines. If you’ve shied away from reading about technology because you think it’s too complex to figure out, stop worrying. The details of how AI works may be mind-bending, but the upshot is that it can make your life—and your eDiscovery—easier. … Read more about Artificial Intelligence Is Making eDiscovery Easier, But It Won’t Take Your Job Completely

Natural Language Processing: Artificial Intelligence Applications in eDiscovery

The next time you start to type a Google search, text message, or email, pay attention to the suggestions that your computer or phone starts throwing at you. Whether you knew it or not, that’s artificial intelligence (AI) at work. Specifically, it’s a type of AI known as natural language processing … Read more about Natural Language Processing: Artificial Intelligence Applications in eDiscovery

Global Data Privacy Requirements—Expanding Beyond the European Union

The launch of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) established 2018 as the year of data privacy, spurring other countries to enact their own laws or update their existing system of laws. Even the U.S. has gotten in on the game, with a new law in California and a potential … Read more about Global Data Privacy Requirements—Expanding Beyond the European Union