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Speaker, Gibbons Tenth Annual E-Discovery Conference, "Big Data and New Technology: Implications for the Ethical Practice of Law," West Orange, NJ

Events

November 18, 2016

Featuring: Mark S. SidotiLuis J. DiazMaura R. GrossmanDavid H. Schwartz, Ph.D.

Big data is raising new challenges and ethical concerns in litigation. Many corporate legal departments are exploring new technologies, including sophisticated data processing and technology-assisted review tools. As this technology evolves, artificial intelligence-based data evaluation systems could have the ability to analyze massive data stores and even deduce patterns of human behavior at a fraction of the current cost. This panel will discuss the impact of these changing technologies on lawyers’ ethical obligations.