Whether labeled technology assisted review (TAR), predictive coding, or any of the other catch phrases floating around in the e-discovery ether, the concept of using computer power to enhance document review efficiencies while lowering costs has firmly entrenched itself into the litigation mainstream. You can’t escape reading or hearing about it if you wanted to. Webinars, email blasts, and a myriad of newspaper and magazine articles all are broadcasting a similar message: If you are not utilizing some magical “black box” solution, you will be left hopelessly by the roadside as the “lawyers who get it” leave you in the dust.
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