After years of repeating the same e-discovery refrains – faster processing, cheaper review, better managed services – the industry conversation has moved into some new territory this year. One such conversation centers around the idea of viewing early case assessment as the key to the e-discovery workflow, a paradigm shift that is all about the need to gain a deeper vision into the evidence in a case as early as possible.
We may well be in the early stages of staking out another important new frontier in our industry: the enormous untapped potential of advanced visual analytics in the e-discovery workflow.
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