Global law firm Clyde & Co has entered into a global arrangement with legal technology leader DISCO to assist its lawyers in the eDiscovery process.
Following a successful pilot, disputes practices in the UK and U.S. are using AWS hosted DISCO Ediscovery, which is designed to process, analyse, review and produce client documents required for contentious legal work.
The software, which since 2017 has leveraged machine learning to aid decision making, can accelerate lawyers’ review while allowing the firm to carry out technical project management services in house.
Zoe Davies, practice services senior manager at Clyde & Co, says: “We are constantly looking for innovative solutions that enable us to offer our clients the most efficient and effective services possible. The use of DISCO Ediscovery, which is intelligent and intuitive, enables our disputes practices to work smarter and faster for the benefit of our clients.”
DISCO in February announced the expansion of its operations leadership team to include the company’s first chief operating officer, Sean Nathaniel, who joined from Upland Software.
Here’s the fact sheet about DISCO AI: file:///C:/Users/CarolineHill/Downloads/dataSheet_DiscoAI_2019.pdf