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Technology-assisted review

How technology-assisted review incorporates well-known technologies from information retrieval science and brings them to bear on the problem of identifying relevant and non-relevant documents.

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 09 April 2018 | Practice Area: Company Secretariat

The impact of people, process and technology on eDiscovery

Highly relevant questions related to discovery that you should be prepared to address.

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 06 April 2018 | Practice Area: Practice and Procedure

Supporting nontraditional data types

A look at supporting nontraditional data types.

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 13 March 2018 | Practice Area: Business of law

High data volume? Tight document review deadline? No problem.

How to ensure cost effective but highest quality document review for each and every project.

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 14 February 2018 | Practice Area: Information Technology

Six steps to GDPR readiness

With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in May 2018 and the threat of fines up to the greater of €20,000,000 or up to 4% of global revenue, the pressure on organisations has never been greater. This briefing sets out six steps to prepare for the GDPR.

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 12 February 2018 | Practice Area: Administrative and Public Law

Lay your cards on the table

Recent rulings indicate that judges are getting tougher when considering e-documentation. Mike Brown extols the virtues of getting e-disclosure tactics out in the open

Law Firm: Epiq | Published: 11 February 2010 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement

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