Statistical Sampling Techniques in eDiscovery Workflows: Part I

If there was ever a single eDiscovery trend that everyone could agree on, it would without a doubt be the fact that data volumes in litigation grow year to year without fail.

With Remote the New Working Norm, What Does This Mean for the Litigation Cycle?

COVID-19 has changed the pattern of peoples’ lives worldwide, and it has faced the legal profession with its own unique set of challenges. Not only must the justice system…

Unusual Sources of Discoverable Data

Collecting electronically stored information (ESI) is a routine challenge for eDiscovery specialists, but one that’s becoming more and more complex as our technology environment evolves. The inherent difficulties of traditional ESI collection are compounded by…

Secure Remote Review in Light of COVID-19

By leveraging Google Cloud’s secure environment, FRONTEO’s Managed Review offering has quickly and efficiently adapted to these challenging times by allowing document review on » Read More

Tackle Impossible Deadlines with KIBIT-Powered AI

The Challenge A team of two attorneys faced a tight budget and an even tighter deadline. Close of discovery loomed, and extensive document review » Read More

eDiscovery & Data Management in a Changing Regulatory Environment

Parsing massive volumes of data for responsive documents within the often-restrictive timeframes imposed by litigation is challenging for any company. During eDiscovery, workflows must » Read More

Quantifying the Benefits of AI-Enhanced Review

Exploding data volumes coupled with high costs have made the search for affordable, fast, and defensible eDiscovery technology a top priority for legal professionals. » Read More

We’re bringing Smarter AI to Legalweek New York 2020

Using Smarter AI via our KIBIT AI engine we then process your data set. This results in fewer documents, with greater relevance, for review. In turn, our clients spend significantly less time during the discovery review phase leveraging KIBIT Automator’s AI technology.

Know Before You Go: Tackling CJK Language Challenges in Cross-Border Matters

The two largest economies in Asia–China and Japan–historically have seen far lower volumes of eDiscovery than the U.S.  However, with a growing global economy, » Read More

Know Before You Go: Collections Complexities in Asia

As part of our series on Asia cross-border eDiscovery issues and best practices, in this post we provide an overview of the unique challenges » Read More

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