The TIP Blog Best of 2018

Posted by Marketing

Dec 28, 2018 4:44:51 PM


As we prepare to say goodbye to 2018, we're reminiscing on yet another memorable year centred around growth, Artificial Intelligence, compliance, security and many more exciting changes in the legal technology world.

But before we pop the champagne and ring in the New Year, we're taking a look back at 10 of our most popular posts on the blog from this past year while looking forward to sharing even more great content with you in 2019.

1. Five Reasons Active Learning is Better than TAR

Active Learning vs. TAR

We have had the privilege of piloting Relativity Active Learning advanced analytics in Canada and believe it transforming document review.

These were our initial findings. Read the full post.



2. Announcing Ricoh eDiscovery in Canada

Announcing Ricoh eDiscovery in Canada

In June 2014, Commonwealth Legal was acquired by Ricoh Canada as part of a broader strategy focused on the advancement of Ricoh Canada's Services transformation.

We are proud to announce that we are officially Ricoh eDiscovery! Read the full post.

3. To All the Women in Legal Tech...

International Women's Day

In honour of International Women's Day, we tapped a few of the female leaders in our organization for their advice to women who are trying to make a difference and help progress the legal technology industry. #PressforProgressRead the full post.

4. How to Assist Your Corporate Legal Department to Prepare for GDPR

GDPR Compliance

At this point, either your Law Firm or Corporate Counsel are at different stages of planning for GDPR. If your business unit has been requested to assist in providing data for an assessment, there are some steps you should take when responding to your legal team regarding your business unit's data and procedures. Read the full post.

5. Early and Frequent Communication is Critical to the eDiscovery Process

Managing the Cost, Risk, and Disruption of eDiscovery in Complex Litigation

Sean Lynch had the opportunity to speak on the CCCA webinar panel, "Managing the Cost, Risk, and Disruption of eDiscovery in Complex Litigation”, with fellow panelists Andrew Parley, partner at Lenczner Slaght, and Mel Hogg, Associate General Counsel at Ontario Power Generation. The discussion centered around planning and managing complex eDiscovery projects, including document preservation, collection, and review.

Here are his takeaways. Read the full post.

6. 5 eDiscovery Security Measures You Shouldn't Ignore

eDiscovery Security Measures

In an age of hacking, data breaches and cyber threats it is always important to revisit how you and your company handle all that sensitive eDiscovery data you may be storing.

We've put together a list of five security measures you shouldn't ignore and how they play a huge part in our industry. Read the full post.

7. Dispelling 5 Myths of Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing Myths

Year over year worldwide cloud spending indicates new levels of trust in Public cloud computing but there remain outdated and incorrect myths.

We've put together the 5 most common myths surrounding the cloud in an effort to dispel fears and misconceptions. Read the full post.

8. Activating Active Learning

Activating Active Learning Relativity Fest 2018Roland von Borstel and Danny Chan attended Relativity Fest 2018 to present the session "Activating Active Learning”.

We sat down with them to learn more about their session, the benefits of using Active Learning, and what they were looking forward to most at Relativity Fest. Read the full post.

9. Ricoh’s Canadian eDiscovery Group Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification for Quality Management

Ricoh eDiscovery ISO 9001:2015Ricoh eDiscovery Canada announced that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification – further emphasizing its commitment to achieving customer satisfaction by providing defensible, transparent and repeatable processes. Ricoh is the only specialized eDiscovery provider in Canada to hold this certification. Read the full post.

10. Misunderstanding AI

Misunderstanding AI in LegalTechIn his recently featured article in the OBA's JUST Magazine, Sean Lynch, Director, Review Services, explores the meaning of artificial intelligence (AI) in the legal industry by first answering the question: what, exactly, is AI? Read the full post.

From all of us at Ricoh eDiscovery, best wishes for a Happy New Year!

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