Extract from George Socha’s article “Using AI to Respond to Written Discovery Requests – Part 2”
Artificial intelligence tools help you get work done faster and better at every stage of a lawsuit – a topic I have been addressing in an ongoing series of posts.
Today’s post looks at ways to use AI as you prepare written responses to interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and requests for admission.
Earlier posts in the series are:
- AI Across the Life of a Lawsuit
- Using AI to Prepare Complaints: Part 1, The Complaint
- Using AI to Prepare Complaints: Part 2, The AI
- Using AI to Prepare the Answer to a Complaint
- Using AI to Prepare for Depositions
- Using AI to Respond to Written Discovery Requests – Part 1
With its fact-finding and analytics functions, AI can help you respond to discovery demands faster, better, and cheaper. Here are some examples of how you might accomplish that.
The core blocking and tackling of responding to interrogatories, production requests, and requests for admissions focuses on two areas: (1) answering and (2) objecting. Both for answering and for objecting, there are two key sources of information to consider: (1) discovery documents and data and (2) past discovery requests and responses.
Here, I will share five examples of what could be done to search for content that might help in determining how to respond to written discovery requests.