In this video, Edward Rippey, Partner and Chair of eDiscovery and Information Management Practice at Covington & Burling LLP and Lilith Bat-Leah, Senior Director, Data Science and Strategy from FRONTEO are going to cover the following three topics.
Legal expertise (defensibility, case law, cooperation with opposing counsel)
They are going to talk about what's defensible in this arena with AI, and a bit about the case law. Then they also talk a little bit about cooperating with opposing counsel and not necessarily be so adversarial when it comes to using AI.
Technology (accurate predictions and features that facilitate analysis and review)
What makes for a good review with the kind of metrics to look at? So that you're doing things in a defensible way, technically speaking.
Consulting (use the technology to achieve your objectives most efficiently)
There are cutting-edge AI tools out there, but it takes consulting pieces to utilize those technologies in the most efficient way.