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A Day in the Life of OneNote

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Carolyn Anger, Senior Director, Consilio. I am a note-taker. Always have been, always will be—to-do lists, checklists, weekly and monthly plans, meeting notes, and journal writing. I recorded information with my pen of choice for most of my school...

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Excel as a Tool for Litigation Support

It’s hard to argue the beauty and power of Excel as a tool for Litigation Support. The vast number of functions available make it a fantastic starting point for any changes you have to make to data. Whether you’re editing a load file, creating an index, preparing a report, or making your...

How leading law firms have automated the processing of electronic court filing (ECF) notices

Description With automation, you can eliminate the repetitive, mundane tasks of manually downloading, profiling, storing and distributing court documents received by electronic service. But is automation practical, or even possible, for the ECF notice workflow at your firm? This webinar will...

 07-14-2021 | 11:00 - 12:00 ET

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Navigating the New Legaltech Landscape

Understanding what legaltech is out there and how it can help your practice. The velocity of innovation in the legal technology space is moving at a breakneck pace that is sometimes hard to keep up with. From AI-powered evidence retrieval to predictive outcome modeling and even smart billing,...

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Short Text Messaging - Know Before You Go: Part Two

Please enjoy this short blog story from Mark Anderson, Director of UK Operations, CDS. Collaboration platforms like Slack and Microsoft Teams grew exponentially as businesses sought to support their newly remote workforces during the global pandemic. The resulting proliferation of short...

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Litigation Support - Tool Tips - Calculate Time Zone Offset Using Excel

There may be times when you need to adjust the time zone for a data set. For example, where you process the data in Coordinated Universal Time UTC (aka Greenwich Mean Time or GMT), but the action itself is in Pacific Standard Time (PST). To do this, you can create a Time Zone Offset field (or...

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Virtual Hearings - Benefits and Concerns

Please enjoy this blog post authored by Rose Singh, eDiscovery Project Manager, McCarthy Tetrault LLP. Virtual hearings are happening in courtrooms across the world as a result of the pandemic. Virtual hearings have offered a number of benefits; however, some concerns still remain. ...

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TAR vs CAL – A Primer

Introduction Many articles, webinars, blog posts and conference sessions have been dedicated to exploring Technology Assisted Review (commonly known as TAR ), and what exactly it means. The abundance of terminology, technical language, and the quick moving pace of the field means that it's...

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Demystifying the Alphabet Soup of Legal AI

What is legal AI? There is quite a bit of confusion surrounding legal AI and frankly, AI in general. For the purposes of this article, let’s use the original definition proffered in 1956 by the man who coined the term AI, John McCarthy: "the science and engineering of making intelligent...

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New Kids on the eDiscovery Block

Over the last decade, there has been a steady increase in the volume, variety, and velocity of data and formats that are in scope for ediscovery matters. When ediscovery first hit the legal stage, a big case might be 100 GB — stored at a cost of $2,500/GB — and data sources might include Word,...