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 to companies worldwide, and as more corporate infrastructure moves online, studies suggest that the rising number of data breaches will cost 2.1 trillion...
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