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Lawson v. Spirit AeroSystems Makes Significant eDiscovery Ruling on Cost-Shifting and Proportionality

The world revolves around data. Businesses and individuals generate data each day between work and personal communication. While electronic platforms provide convenience, efficiency, and flexibility in document review for litigation, they can also spark eDiscovery disputes. To ensure all relevant data is collected and reviewed during a lawsuit, the parties must determine how custodians communicated and what data was created. The collection process can be overwhelming, costly, and lead to burdensome discovery requests.

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How AI Streamlines and Improves Contract Review

Currently, there are artificial intelligence (AI) tools on the market that aid with contract review and negotiation. AI-technology is gaining popularity amongst legal professionals who have high-volume contract business because AI can significantly streamline the contracts process and provide superior results.

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Legalweek New York 2020: The Time Has Come for Lawyers to React Proactively to Data and Technology

Lawyers must not only stay up-to-date on the latest legal technology trends, but also be proactive about implementing emerging solutions into their practice and ensuring smooth onboarding and adoption.

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The Tech Factor: Special eDiscovery Considerations for the Tech Sector

Many questions arise during the discovery process: What type of data do parties need to preserve? How should they obtain, review, and disclose it?

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