Is the Metaverse More Than Just Talk?
Everyone seems to be talking about the metaverse – how it’s defined and still evolving into a standalone digital economy. But has there been any real progress as the metaverse positioning...Read More
It’s Time to Blow the Whistle on Deficient Cyber Reporting Programs
What exactly is cybersecurity whistleblowing? That is a question that all organizations should be asking, but the answer is not a simple one. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary...Read More
The Increasingly Complex World of Competition Review
Regulatory enforcement agencies are changing their approaches when it comes to competition, and that is now having an effect on the U.K. and European markets. Data and technology underpin...Read More
Is the EU on the Cusp of Pioneering AI Regulation?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a fascinating tool in the modern world. It can suggest products based on a person’s search history. It can recognize faces to unlock a device. It can help...Read More
2022 eDiscovery Case Roundup: Protocols, Preservation, and Party Cooperation
2022 Blog Book
In 2022 the Epiq Angle made sure readers stayed up to date on trending topics, laws, and emerging technologies relevant to business and legal landscapes. In this dynamic space, we strive...Read More
Epiq Angle’s Gift to You: The Top Blogs of 2022
When reviewing this year’s blog posts, there was an overwhelming focus on how emerging technologies fit into the business and legal landscapes. As hybrid work models continue to thrive...Read More
Cloud Adoption Accelerates in the Legal Industry: How Do ALSPs Factor Into Recent Trends?
Cloud technology continues to trend in the legal community as more organizations are taking a digital first approach and expanding remote capabilities. The first phase of cloud adoption...Read More
Managing International Legal Holds in the Era of Data Protection: Eight Practice Points
Implementing legal holds quickly and effectively is key to maintaining defensibility during litigation and investigations. When a matter involves U.S. law, parties have a duty to preserve...Read More
Ten Use Cases for Portable AI Models
In recent years there has been a noticeable shift in the legal community from hesitation around using emerging technologies to embracing modern tools that can optimize process and improve...Read More
Lawyers and Cooperation: The Ongoing Hurdle
The Emerging Role of the Lawyer/Technologist in Antitrust Matters
The increasing sophistication of analytics tools available to lawyers coupled with the skills of the outsourced team containing technologists and lawyers raises the question of whether...Read More