Widespread adoption of tools such as Gchat, Zoom and Microsoft Teams has changed the way companies not only communicate but also collaborate internally and externally. As a result, these new forms of communication provide new ESI challenges for the eDiscovery community, especially as each of these tools differ from one another and pose their own unique challenge.
As more and more organizations demand a simpler and easier compliance process, AI reg tech tools have stepped in and attempted to ease the burden that comes with compliance as they look to provide a less manual and more efficient process. Whether it is meeting compliance requirements, streamlining processes, or keeping up with constant regulatory changes, the potential for AI tools in this space is promising.
Government investigations can be unpredictable, political, and often public. If handled incorrectly, they can last for many years and spiral into multiple Congressional, criminal, or regulatory investigations at the state and federal levels, and generate serious reputational harm. It is essential all organizations have a strategic government response plan in place and take a proactive approach to these investigations, but what does that look like?
2022 will continue to consist of employees located everywhere, and relying upon Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Slack, and mobile apps to get their jobs done. This is having profound effects on eDiscovery, most of which still depends on tools and review processes designed for email. How can firms prepare for the discovery onslaught of persistent chats, video recordings, whiteboards, and emojis?
What does the military concept of force multiplier look like applied to legal practice? In the most basic terms, doing more with less. This panel dives into the major ways that AI models are helping eDiscovery professionals gain access to evidence with less human effort required, make better-informed decisions, and reduce time to insight. And practical tips on how to build and utilize AI models in your practice.
Norton Rose Fulbright’s David Kessler, Anna Rudawski and Sam Sessler work together guiding clients through the investigation, containment, and remediation of some of the world’s most high-profile cybersecurity incident response matters. Join us as they discuss legal considerations and data and reporting challenges, while also sharing practical strategies, tools and workflows for practicing effectively in this complex area.