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Subject Matter Experts: What Role Should They Play in TAR 2.0 Training?
One of the givens of traditional technology-assisted review (“TAR”) is the notion that a subject matter expert (“SME”) is required to train the algorithm. During a… [more]
TAR 2.0: Continuous Ranking – Is One Bite at the Apple Really Enough?
For all of its complexity, technology-assisted review (TAR) in its traditional form is easy to sum up: A lawyer (subject matter expert) sits down at a computer and looks… [more]
Redundant and Excessive Search Did Not Warrant Cost Shifting, Court Rules
An attempt by defendants to shift their costs to the plaintiff for searching electronically stored information has been denied by a federal magistrate judge in New York. In… [more]
Finding Handwritten Documents from among Thousands of Scans
Recently, we had an interesting problem to solve for a client of ours: In a case with some 922,000 documents produced by the opposing party, there were roughly 720,000 documents… [more]
Does Technology-Assisted Review Help in Reviewing Productions?
While much has been written about using technology-assisted review to assist in making productions, few have discussed using TAR to assist when you have received a production.… [more]
Does Technology-Assisted Review Work for ‘Hot’ Documents?
[This post originally appeared at DSicovery, the blog of DSi (formerly Document Solutions, Inc.), a provider of high-quality litigation support services, electronic discovery… [more]
Hooked on Facets: How Facets Can Help You Gain Insights and Speed Up E-Discovery Search
Many lawyers, paralegals and e-discovery managers have some familiarity with the concept of faceted search. In my experience, however, few understand how powerful faceted… [more]
Court’s Suggestion to Use Predictive Coding Leads to Dispute over Cooperation
Hat tip to K&L Gates Electronic Discovery Law blog for picking up on an interesting federal court opinion that, in the end, doesn't actually decide anything substantive,… [more]
Judge Tells Non-Party Google: Show Apple Your Search Terms
E-discovery disputes typically arise between the parties to a lawsuit. But what happens when a non-party to the lawsuit is subpoenaed to produce electronically stored information?… [more]