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We go through the exercise of electronic discovery to reduce volumes of data into useful trial evidence. The problem is we’ve been using the wrong tools to do it. Traditionally, counsel savvy about e-discovery have interviewed key information custodians with the goal of developing a list of words and phrases (hereinafter, “keywords”) to be applied against the data set. In theory, applying a keyword filter captures most (if not all) of the relevant information while screening out irrelevant information.

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