Artificial intelligence (“AI”) isn’t just a buzzword for eDiscovery practitioners. It’s been a part of their standard toolset for a decade now, starting with early “predictive coding” tools. eDiscovery now supports a robust, mature selection of technology-assisted review (“TAR”) AI technologies, with Continuous Active Learning being the most widely adopted. eDiscovery Practitioners thus have direct experience with the benefits (and limitations) of AI. Much of this experience can be leveraged to help businesses in IBOR transition projects.
Ethan has experience in areas including complex commercial litigation, internal investigations, and electronic discovery. He is a member of Mayer Brown's Electronic Discovery & Information Governance practice and represents companies in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries and other companies in the design and implementation of electronic discovery programs, including policies and procedures for efficiently and defensibly preserving electronically stored information.
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