Mar 18, 2020 3:09:17 PM | Sean Lynch
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Feb 24, 2020 3:13:55 PM | Sean Lynch
Let me preface this by saying I am not a general technology expert. I went to law school, not MIT. I don’t know how to code, program, design an app or build a website. I contact my IT guy with near-religious regularity.
That said, as a Review Manager at Ricoh eDiscovery, I continually see the benefits of leveraging the latest legal technology to better serve clients. Our document reviews now almost exclusively utilize Relativity Active Learning, which harnesses artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced analytics to streamline the review process.
A lot of time and effort goes into legal document review — many times, more than counsel can handle internally. Between budgetary constraints and lack of resources on hand, legal departments and law firms often have to look to alternative options to handle the often time-consuming review of electronic documents potentially relevant to their matter.
Historically, legal outsourcing has brought some skepticism. As the Director of Legal and Compliance Solutions, I've heard all sorts of reasons why it's "best to keep document reviews in-house or with external counsel". Today I'm sharing why — plain and simple — this is untrue when you work with Ricoh eDiscovery.
Here are the top five myths I've encountered about outsourced document reviews and their truths.
In his recent Canadian Lawyer article, Sean Lynch, Director, Legal and Compliance Solutions, presents his case for AI in legal tech. While some Canadian firms have been early adopters of the technology, those who were left behind may be about to catch up. According to Sean, AI is the next step along the technological curve and is being employed in various ways through contract review and analysis, dark data discovery and document review.
Amazon had been working to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system that would analyze and rate their applicants’ résumés. However, as reported by Reuters in October, Amazon’s AI discounted the résumés of female applicants in favour of male applicants. Here's what happened...
Topics: Intelligent Review
Intelligent Review is an analytics-driven, systematic approach to document review that provides insight, transparency and cost-control over your matter. With solutions designed to deliver key documents sooner, Intelligent Review provides a strategic advantage to your legal team.
Introducing our expanded Review Services team. These experienced lawyers work closely with our certified technology experts alongside your legal team to develop customized review workflows that provide exceptional value for your organization.
Nov 30, 2018 10:19:13 AM | Marketing
Drawing from real-world examples, our Relativity Certified Experts will share how incorporating AI technology like Active Learning into your eDiscovery process can help you perform more timely, cost-effective, and streamlined document reviews, and avoid the pitfalls that can often occur in traditional document reviews.
Oct 12, 2018 10:48:20 AM | Marketing
We've just returned from Relativity Fest 2018, where our team hosted a session on Active Learning that was so well received, we decided to bring it to the masses!