It wasn't long ago that Thomson Reuters' Westlaw Next initiative reminded me that the human element in computer-aided legal research is the key to accomplishing client goals. As with legal research, humans are the bellwethers and heavyweights in computer-aided e-discovery, despite the relentless buzz around predictive coding, technology-assisted review, and even attorney-less review -- buzz that implies computers will replace humans in e-discovery tasks, from collection to review. As the Big Data for e-discovery keeps getting bigger, humans are key in managing discovery in litigation ... [MORE]
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