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Craig Macaulay and Grant Whiteley caught up with Lawyers Weekly at the 2017 Relativity Fest in Chicago to discuss the emerging technology of technology-assisted review (TAR) in discovery.
The recent ransomware attacks have increased awareness in the general public on why we must protect and value our data.
Craig Macaulay discusses in his latest blog on a new development in the Australia Courts, which shows progress to incorporate Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in providing discovery.
In this article, Craig Macaulay discusses some concerning trends in the ways more businesses are targeting their customers using data analytics.