John Tredennick is the founder and CEO of Merlin Search Technologies. Before that, he was a litigator and a partner at Holland & Hart. While working as the chief technology officer of the law firm, he spun off the e-discovery group into a separate business in 2000, which he named Catalyst. In 2019, he sold Catalyst to OpenText for $75 million.
Large language models such as ChatGPT are all the rage these days. But this isn’t the first time that a promising piece of legal technology upended the legal industry.
The judges panel of the Denver Global Legal Hackathon, John Tredennick, Scott Sanderson, Laurie Kuhn, Randy Robinson, and Chad Perlov, talk about their favorite proposed legal solutions.
John Tredennick, the first to add "chief information officer" to his title, talks about how he earned respect and used it to make a difference.
Technology Assisted Review (TAR), also known as Computer Assisted Review, Predictive Coding, Computer Assisted Coding, and Predictive Ranking, has been around for 50 years, but is now becoming incredibly useful in the...
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