The explosion of electronic documents in the corporate environment has had a profound effect on the litigation-discovery process. With computers pervasive in our society, the number of electronic documents that must be examined for responsiveness is usually enormous.

Because it is almost never cost-effective — or even possible — for attorneys and paralegals to review every document, litigation-service providers use a variety of electronic tools to reduce the number of documents to review.

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