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H. Christopher Boehning & Daniel J. Toal

Use of technology-assisted review, or “TAR,” increasingly has become part of e-discovery practice. Predictive coding, which is often used synonymously with TAR, is a process and technology used to prioritize the review or automate the coding of documents. While there are various methodologies and approaches to predictive coding, they typically rely on subject-matter expert reviewers to train software, which then identifies or codes conceptually similar documents.

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