OpenText in the Legal Technology House: Two eDiscovery-Related Updates

OpenText’s eDiscovery focus is highlighted in the recent establishment of a dedicated legal technology division and the announcement of technology updates that include the embedding of AI into OpenText eDiscovery solutions with predictive filtering capabilities that learn from human feedback.

How the LAPD Uses Data to Predict Crime

The Los Angeles Police Department is one of dozens of cities across the country that’s trying to predict where crime will happen—and who those future criminals will be—based on past crime and arrest data.

Mark A. Cohen on Technology as Law’s Collaborative Catalyst

Technology is often seen as disconnecting people from one another– promoting detachment, isolation, and fostering a faux intimacy by creating virtual ‘relationships.’ But technology is also a cohesive force—especially in the legal industry.


Packaged Services: An Underutilized Approach To Growing Revenue

Packaged services may help legal technology providers bridge the gap between traditional hourly consulting offerings and fully managed services. They may also provide a strong opportunity to create additional sales entry points and potential new revenue streams by making access to current consulting offerings easier to understand, easier to evaluate, and easier to purchase.