The effective use of data analytics is quickly changing the legal landscape and the practice of law for the better. This is a fast-changing area where today’s “use cases” will be quickly superseded by new and more powerful uses of these technologies. This post discusses key areas where in-house counsel may consider the use of data analytics either as a solely in-house measure or in connection with engagements with outside counsel.
The Sedona Conference®, a nonprofit research and educational think tank dedicated to the advanced study of law, has released a final, pre-publication version of its much-anticipated The Sedona Principles, Third Edition: Best Practices, Recommendations and Principles for Addressing Electronic Document Production. The Sedona Principles are the preeminent reference publication for e-discovery lawyers and practitioners alike. In addition to addressing the 2015 changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, this latest version of The Sedona Principles includes a fresh focus on information governance and the mitigating effect it can have on the challenges organizations face today from the ever-changing electronic data landscape.