Despite its potential to dramatically reduce costs and save time, technology-assisted review, commonly referred to as “TAR,” continues to be greatly underutilized for document review. When the first judicial decision approving the use of TAR was issued almost four years ago, many predicted that the established methodology—manual review of search term hits—would soon be a thing of the past. Those predictions have turned out to be woefully wrong.

To a large extent, this lack of adoption is due to attorneys’ ignorance of TAR. But even those who may want to use TAR can be quickly deterred by a number of factors.

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