Document review is often the most labour – intensive and expensive stage of the litigation process, thee – discovery process and the EDRM. During this phase, each page of data in a collection is reviewed and analysed automatically through technological means, and manually through lawyers and paralegals, to determine what documents must be withheld from production to opposing counsel.
As we are all aware the world of eDiscovery is continuously growing and, no doubt will continue to do so, as (i) the technology develops, (ii) the sheer volume of data increases and (iii) the need for clients to adapt to these changes. The one thing I have noticed is that from a service offering, […]
AI solutions make digital information which used to be deemed inaccessible, now very much accessible through search and retrieval. In my experience, in the past audio has always been something that is just parked during legal review, and in the main ignored due to the inaccessibility and expense of reviewing the content. It is generally […]
In my last post, Technology Assisted Review: An Acceptable Standard, I went through the case law and evidence to support the use of TAR. This time I am going to run the mechanics of TAR, how it works and factors to consider. I was talking to a Partner in a top tier law firm the […]
Technology Assisted Review (also known as TAR or Predictive Coding) has become a common and important method of legal document review when dealing with large document populations upwards of 50,000 documents. In the same way streaming music is replacing MP3’s, CD’s and dare I say it Vinyl, we are progressing through the life-cycle of new […]
Data may be made up of one’s and zero’s but you shouldn’t need to be Cypher from The Matrix to be able to decipher the content and understand what is held within it. With modern eDiscovery tools, it is possible to gain a true understanding of what is contained within the data very quickly and […]
Machine Translation Vs Human Times are changing, and firms are embracing technology at a much faster pace. Printed documents, folders, video cassettes and CDs are quickly becoming relics of the past. There are now more places where evidence can be stored or located. One such example would be Social media platforms that are part of […]
The latest buzz words in the eDiscovery market is ‘Artificial Intelligence’, or A.I as it’s more commonly known.
The current question on the legal fraternity’s mind is are robots going to replace us? The same questions were asked about predictive coding and analytics tools when they came on the scene.