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5 Undeniable Facts About eDiscovery

eDiscovery is one of the most intriguing topics of discussion when examining the use of technology by the legal profession. It is clear that the act of finding and collecting potentially relevant evidence has morphed into a massive operation that involves large amounts of money, time, and other resources. eDiscovery never fails to surprise and has constantly challenged legal professionals as ne(...)

What are the must-have technologies for arbitration?

Once COVID-19 has been declared a worldwide pandemic by World Health Organization (WHO), then the business of law came to a halt as the rest of the world. Many organizations, governments, and industries have to experience the impact of this global pandemic. Arbitration is one of the most acceptable means of dispute resolution internationally. Enterprises, arbitrators, outside counsels, and in-h(...)

Information Rights Management (IRM): What enterprises want!

Enterprises started showing more interest in data-centric security platforms in the recent past. The growing use of email platforms and enterprise collaboration systems required an encryption-based environment that defines permissions for different users and user groups. Access rights (i.e. view, edit, download, print, copy, and forward) could be controlled with next-generation IRM-enabled colla(...)

AI (Artificial Intelligence) Transforms Contract Management Practices

AI is the new normal for any business these days. Managing tons of documents generated in a fraction of second is no more a manual job. Almost every business software is now using AI technology to automate the process and identify actionable insights from it. Contract management is no exception to this. According to a report presented by KPMG, inefficient contracting causes companies to lose up (...)

ICC Revised Rules 2021, focuses on greater efficiency and flexibility in Arbitration

Law firms and the legal industry in general have not been immune to COVID-19. They have had to bring significant technological change into their businesses. International Chamber of Commerce, popularly known as ICC, has recently revised its 'Rules of Arbitration' after the COVID-19 pandemic upended the 'normal course of business' globally. The need for flexibility, better efficiency and fast tra(...)
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