When conducting document review for case preparation, the ultimate goal is to find the smoking gun documents that help you make your case. You know them when you see them. But how do you find them when they’re not in plain sight, and how do you maximize your chances of finding all of them?
In the Wild West of e-Discovery, practitioners and vendors frequently speak of “document review” as if it were a monolithic proposition. Implicit in their debates over cost and efficacy is a notion that one size fits every review.