Advanced tools and data analytics can now provide ways to accelerate document review. H5's Jason Richard describes how email threading is changing the game in the newest ILTA Whitepaper, hot off the press.
H5's Bruce Hedin lists the questions to consider asking the opposing party when TAR is on the table, as discussed in the OnDemand CLE: Helping Minds Meet: Talking TAR at the Meet-and-Confer (see Webinars.)
H5. As the pressing demands of ESI increase, so do demands on counsel to become more technologically competent. Read these tips fo navigating the terrain.
H5. Keyword search can be tricky, but these few tips from a linguist can make all the difference in finding more of what you need and less of what you don't.
Tania Lihatsh, H5. Keywords are used all the time as a means of trying to locate potentially relevant information in a document population. This article explores the ways to improve the effectiveness of keywords to increase the chances of finding what you need, while reducing the capture of extraneous material.
Jason Richard, H5. Suits from differnt litigants often involve the same documents for each individual case. Why re-collect, re-tag, or re-review for privilege? Do it once and manage the data.
Julia Brickell, H5. With the exploding quantity of information that clients now generate and store electronically, providing informed advice increasingly calls for a fundamental knowledge of the most effective ways to search and review that information.
H5. Two measurements, recall and precision, best gauge the overall effectiveness of information retrieval systems. This paper explains what these terms mean and why measurement is important.
H5. As technology accelerates the rate at which documents can be created, corporations and law firms find that meeting their document management and review requirements is both increasingly important and increasingly challenging. An exploration.
H5. Benchmarking is a decision-making tool intended to improve performance through comparative quantitative evaluations of different systems and processes. This paper discusses its value in the document reivew process.