Artificial Intelligence and eDiscovery: Current Reality and Future Promise


November 10, 2022

eDiscovery in civil litigation has driven meaningful technological innovation over the past several decades. As data volumes, types, and sources multiply, lawyers rely on a range of assistive technologies–including artificial intelligence–to manage the eDiscovery process and “cut through the noise” to locate the digital evidence most important to their cases.

Richard Finkelman joined a panel of experts to discuss what works today and what the future may hold as technology improves and makes “storytelling by documents” even more efficient, complete, and cost-effective.

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Richard Finkelman

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Washington, DC