Communication and repetition is vital when exploring AI capabilities and using it for ChatBot development. During this snackable podcast entitled "AI/Chatbots and the AI Landscape: How You Use AI and Business Cases for In-House," Chip Delany, Strategy Associate, NexLP and Jack Thompson, Sr. Manager, eDiscovery & Legal Operations, Sanofi, will explore what advantages does AI have when learning from repetitive communications despite being new?
In addition, they will touch upon how AI sets a tone for emotional intelligence when using it for investigations or understanding in-house culture. Discuss how security monitoring is a factor which AI is now proving its value when intercepting and acting upon key terms or anomalous phrases. They will also highlight what are core examples of cognitive surveillance and its benefits AI has produced for an in-house legal department (either in the areas of Compliance, HR matters, security, etc.) and much more.
@Jack Thompson - Sr. Manager - eDiscovery & Legal Operations, Sanofi
@Chip Delany - Strategy Associate, NexLP
Recorded on 8-12-19
In this snackable corporate podcast, Josh Lazar will ask Mitch Stein the following questions as it pertains to Microsoft Teams and the Impact on Litigation.
-Could you describe your experience with Microsoft Teams from a compliance context?
-How can an IT professional setup Teams appropriately to minimize the impact of litigation?
-Can you explain the default retention settings within Teams?
-What are the reporting capabilities of Teams?
-How can an IT professional create a legal hold in Teams?
-Where can listeners get access to more information about Teams compliance?
-Where are private chats stored?
-Where are team chats stored?
@Josh Lazar, CEO and Founder, TechThinkTank
@Mitchell Stein, Director of Information Technology, Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida
Recorded on 7-26-19
In this snackable podcast, the speaker will briefly highlight how more and more electronic conversations are taking place outside of traditional email. The recent DOJ opinion re. FCPA requires companies to do a better job managing this data. With this requirement, they will discuss if you should consider updating your IG policies to state what platforms communications are allowed to take place on along with have you changed your retention policy in light of DOJ opinion?
@Carolyn Robinson, eDiscovery Associate for the Americas - Office of the Regional General Counsel, Robert Bosch, LLC (RBNA) Legal Department
@Ben Hubble, Records Manager, Wendy's International, LLC
Recorded on 7-19-19
Please enjoy this snackable podcast which will discuss applying project management principles to legal projects, how applying project management principles to the law help the firm and clients, are there any particular areas of the law that project management principles lend themselves better to contracts, ligation, etc?
Sterling will also share how applying legal project principles to the law requires a focus on process thinking and describe if there is a particular discipline firms/legal departments should invest and engage in first, process improvement or project management or both?
@Lekecia Barclay, Technology Advisor, The Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service
Sterling Miller, Senior Counsel, Hilgers Graben PLLC and author of “Ten Things You Need to Know as In-House Counsel” (the blog series and the book)
Recorded on 7-19-19
Please enjoy this highly beneficial snackable podcast during Mental Health Awareness Month featuring two leading experts on mental health, particularly as it affects the legal profession. The discussion will center around the prevalence of mental health issues in the industry and why it's so high along with providing useful self care tips.
Lekecia Barclay - Technology Advisor at the Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service
Daniel Lukasik - Director, Workplace Well-Being at the Mental Health Advocates of WNY
Paula Davis-Laack - Founder and CEO of the Stress & Resilience Institute
Recorded on 4-18-19
In 2018, the Sedona Conference released a commentary on Corporate Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) for legal professionals, involving data management, ediscovery practices, policy development and employee protection considerations. The core components of this commentary are five principles that impact considerations for a BYOD program within a corporate organization.
As corporate organizations move into situations where BYOD is a business direction, it's important for legal professionals in these organizations to consider what a BYOD program consists of, how employee and organizational goals and protections are considered, and why ediscovery plays a role in the development of a BYOD program.
In this ILTA Radio installment, a panel of legal industry professionals discusses the Sedona Conference commentary's five principles, scenarios on how legal business dynamics are structured for a BYOD program, risks and what goes in to making a program work.
Jack Thompson (Moderator) - Sr. Manager, eDiscovery & Legal Operations, Sanofi
Kemoy Foster - eDiscovery Manager, Swiss Re
Kim-An Hernandez - Senior Counsel for Information Technology + eDiscovery + Knowledge Management, International Paper
Bonnie Kennedy - eDiscovery Manager, Delta Air Lines
Recorded on 8-1-18