The Evolution of TAR in eDiscovery Document Review

Apr 11, 2024 10:00:00 AM / by Sarah Whitney

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Technology-assisted review (TAR) has more than a decade under its belt, so while it’s not cutting-edge in today's AI-driven legal landscape, its impact on eDiscovery is undeniable. TAR paved the way for the more advanced solutions we see today and understanding this journey informs us how eDiscovery evolved along with it.

All That's Old is New Again

Apr 4, 2024 10:47:39 AM / by Ray Biederman

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Dear reader,

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been the shiny object in the legal space for the past 12 months. 

Software providers have released products that assist with legal research, draft briefs, analyze contracts, and make coding and privilege decisions during document review. Stats fly around saying 40% of an attorney's role will be replaced by Generative AI.

Predictive Coding for Savvy Legal Teams

Mar 21, 2024 10:12:49 AM / by Sarah Barth

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Litigators and eDiscovery practitioners often face a common document review challenge when preparing for litigation – too many documents (and too little time to get through them). Linear review, that is, reviewing every document individually, is the most appropriate option in certain situations, but can often be complemented by predictive coding. This is a defensible way to create massive time and cost savings, preserving budget for merits counsel, not for eDiscovery and document review partners