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May the Luck of the Irish be With You (and Your TAR).

Just in time for a St. Patrick’s Day blog post, earlier this month the High Court in Dublin issued an order approving the use of technology assisted review (TAR). In Irish Bank Resolution

Welcome to the New Year – Artificial Intelligence and Legal Discovery in 2015

As you may have noticed, over the last several weeks in the e-discovery blogosphere there’s been no shortage of posts looking back at developments in 2014 and making predictions about what’s

Dispelling E-Discovery Myths: Some Advice For Junior Litigators

I recently collaborated with my colleague Amy Hinzmann on an article for the American Bar Association Securities Litigation Section Newsletter, titled Dispelling E-Discovery Myths in Internal and

Technology Assisted Review – Score Another Win for Freedom of Choice

In a blog post last year, "Predictive Coding and Freedom of Choice: Sedona Principle 6 in Action," we examined two cases in which one party sought to force another party to use predictive coding

E-Discovery and the Internet of Things

It’s rare to read a legal publication these days – or even a mainstream newspaper or magazine – without coming across a story about the “Internet of Things,” or IOT. The IOT refers to the