Martin T. Tully is a partner with the Chicago office of Akerman LLP. He is veteran trial lawyer with more than two decades of experience representing domestic and multinational companies in a variety of complex commercial litigation matters. As the Co-Chair of Akerman’s Data Law Practice, Tully also focuses on keeping clients ahead of the curve regarding the developing law, technology and best practices related to e-discovery, information governance and data security, whether in litigation, regulatory or other contexts.
Tully is an active member of the Sedona Conference® Working Group 1, the Seventh Circuit E-Discovery Pilot Program Committee, and the Trial Practice/Courtroom Technology sub-committee of the American Bar Association’s Technology for the Litigator Committee. He has written and presented extensively on e-discovery, digital evidence, information governance and legal technology.
In this report from ILTACON 2017 Andrew Arruda talks to Martin Tully and Sam Whitman about artificial intelligence.
“33% of Fortune 100 Organizations will experience an information crisis by 2017.” – Gartner, an information technology research and advisory firm Recently, data breaches have become one of the most serious threats...
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