The Future of AI Models

In eDiscovery, the use of AI is typically found in predictive coding or active learning technology, which has given case teams a huge leap forward in the review stage. However, AI can't work on its own. Technology like this needs human input to be trained properly. ...

A Deep Dive on 7 Language Translation Tools

We’re committed to finding the best legal technology for our customers. Considering that so many matters have a foreign language component these days, we thought it was time we take a deep dive into what the market had to offer in terms of machine translation. ...

Benefits or Culture: What Do Employees Really Want?

It's remarkable how many organizations fail—despite their best efforts—to attract and retain top talent. While they’re busy creating insane benefits packages and tricking out offices, they’re still struggling with keeping their best employees and attracting new ones. Why? They don't understand that benefits and culture are not the same....

Q3 Headliners

A few big things happened this quarter that we feel deserve another mention: privilege analytics, social media collection, and a new RegEx tool for Relativity. Here’s a quick overview of each and why you’ll want to know about them....

Internal Risks

72% of departing CEOs take intellectual property (IP) with them. In order to prevent a data breach (with the source being your own organization), there must be a contingency plan in place....

How to Safely Take In Bad Data

What should you do if you have data that you’re afraid of? What is the best way to disinfect it? Build an Airlock. Here's how to do it, with no risk to your other data or networks....

The Path to Self-Worth

Christine Porras, our Director of Technology Solutions, shares her personal story of finding self-worth in response to our eDiscovery Unredacted women's panel. ...