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A recent ruling in FCA US v. Cummins has caused a stir in the e-discovery community. The ruling resolved a dispute between two parties, one who wanted to use keywords to cull collected data before employing a TAR process and the other who wanted to apply TAR to all collected data without any preliminary keyword culling. The court ruled in favor of the latter.

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