Businesses generate a massive amount of data they must manage for eDiscovery. With the COVID-19 pandemic further driving the use of digital collaboration tools such as Slack and Microsoft Teams, data growth and complexity has exponentially accelerated.
There are a host of new AI tools and technologies that can help streamline and simplify each stage of the eDiscovery process to effectively manage all this data. However, the question is: How well are these helpful tools being adopted?
IPRO, ZyLAB, and the Association of E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) recently surveyed 184 eDiscovery practitioners across law firms, service providers, corporate and government, to better understand how AI is deployed across the eDiscovery industry.
Join us on January 26 for a simulated live event as we discuss the 4 stages of AI adoption in eDiscovery, trends, and the future of AI in eDiscovery.
Meet the Speakers
Chief Operations Officer, IPRO
Schubert is responsible for overseeing all internal technical operations including IPRO’s cloud services, technical support, customer success, product training & documentation, and product management. She previously served as manager of practice support operations at the global law firm, Latham & Watkins, LLP.
Chief Data Scientist, IPRO
Scholtes oversees research, development and legally defensible application of data science and artificial intelligence in all of IPRO and ZyLAB’s eDiscovery and Information Governance software. He’s been involved with ZyLAB since 1998, and is a professor of text mining in AI in litigation.
Maura R. Grossman, J.D., PH.D.
Research Professor, University of Waterloo
Grossman is a Research Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, and an affiliate faculty member of the Vector Institute, as well as an eDiscovery attorney and consultant in Buffalo, New York. Previously, she was of counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz for 17 years.
Why we partnered with ACEDS
ACEDS provides attorneys, paralegals, project managers, and other legal professionals with the leading source of e-discovery education and training. IPRO has had a long-standing partnership with ACEDS to help evangelize the use of solutions to help legal professionals think upstream and simplify their eDiscovery processes.
ZyLAB, creators of the ZyLAB ONE and ZyLAB Legal Hold products, was acquired by IPRO in 2021. The combination provides IPRO’s clients with extended capabilities in legal hold automation, advanced analytics, and cloud capabilities.