[Webinar] Fact-finding in eDiscovery: advanced eDiscovery techniques

August 26th, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EST


August 26th, 2021
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

The Hidden Gems of eDiscovery AI: Part Two

Fact-finding is at the very core of the discovery phase during civil litigation. Over the course of the past two decades, growing amounts of data have come to define that process. We have seen corporate data stores continue to grow exponentially. This growth is in volume (the amount of data) and diversity (numerous formats). Both make fact-finding more and more difficult when preparing for initial disclosure.

To meet these challenges, legal professionals need advanced eDiscovery solutions that can provide rich intelligence in Early Case Assessment. This is where artificial intelligence (AI) is of great importance. eDiscovery powered AI allows users to generate more insights from their data, giving an instant overview of the entities present in your dataset, so you have better intelligence to determine your case strategy.

Join Jeffrey Wolff, Director of Legal Technology Solutions at ZyLAB, for an insightful webinar on how to speed up and improve data assessment, document search, review, and redaction using advanced eDiscovery AI techniques.

Here's what we'll cover:

  1. How to generate rich intelligence from your document set in Early Case Assessment
  2. How to reduce noise and speed up document search
  3. How to speed up protection and redaction of sensitive data



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