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    2017-08-29 16:01:19
    Articles
    Keywords Before TAR? What to Ask First

    The application of keywords before using TAR should not be based on an "always" or "never" rule. Amanda Jones and Bruce Hedin of H5 discuss seven categories of questions that can help make your determination in this Legaltech News article.

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    2017-08-29 15:47:17
    Blog
    Keywords Before TAR? What to Ask First

    The application of keywords before using TAR should not be based on an "always" or "never" rule. In this Legaltech News article, Amanda Jones and Bruce Hedin of H5 discuss seven categories of questions that can help make your determination.

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    2016-10-21 14:12:04
    Blog
    Using Data Analytics in Litigation and Investigations

    Savvy law firms understand that using analytics to find key documents in litigation is a winning strategy. Some are hiring data scientists or even developing analytics teams. However, these exact teams already exist in a select few litigation services firms. H5 is premier among them.

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    2015-07-01 11:37:48
    Blog
    Beyond TAR: Partner Up for the Digital Future of Litigation

    Talk about stepping up to the plate! Hats off to Geoffrey Vance of Perkins Coie for sharing his realization that the snail-paced acceptance of technology-assisted review (TAR) rests not with software manufacturers, eDiscovery vendors, judges, governmental agencies, clients or non-lawyer technology professionals i...

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    2015-03-24 12:00:49
    Blog
    Judge Peck Moves TAR Forward Again

    In a recent court order, Judge Peck asserts what some of us have probably been assuming for some time: that it has become “black letter law” that courts will permit producing parties to use technology-assisted review (TAR) for document production (see Rio Tinto Plc v. Vale S.A., 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 24996, 8 ...

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    2015-01-15 11:30:43
    Blog
    Does TAR Method Affect Cooperation in eDiscovery?

    Kudos to Joshua Rubin for a recent blog post in which he thoughtfully connects the dots regarding the relationship between technology-assisted review (TAR) and cooperation in eDiscovery.

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    2015-01-07 11:00:19
    Blog
    New Year's Resolutions: 2014 Redux for 2015 Insight.

    The legal profession is slow to change, however, and although "revolution" is unlikely in this domain, finding ways to accelerate evolution may not be. Corporate counsel, whether outside or in-house, must strive to be forward-thinking and consider ways to increase their technological competencies to better serve t...

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    2014-11-03 01:37:07
    Blog
    Revisiting a decade of discovery: Q&A with Jason R. Baron

    Jason, welcome to True North. And welcome to Hollywood! You now also have a movie credit to your name in IMDB, as you appear in Joe Looby's documentary “The Decade of Discovery™.” We understand that the film follows your quest to find a better way to search White House email, as well as the career of the lat...

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    2014-09-09 12:00:04
    Blog
    Tell it to the Judge: eDiscovery is not a “one-size fits all” endeavor.

    There is no question Judge Peck’s intrepid thought leadership with regard to the use of technology for document review has been a driving force in the evolution of eDiscovery methodologies, and he is most certainly owed a debt of gratitude for helping to challenge the status quo and question the previously accep...

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    2013-12-13 12:53:51
    Blog
    eDiscovery 2014: In with the New?

    “In with the new” is sometimes slow going in the legal realm, but what would a year-end be without taking at least a brief moment to look back before moving on? 2013 may not have been one with the most seismic shifts in e-discovery, but there were some important topics and themes that will no doubt carry on th...

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    2013-06-05 13:28:57
    Blog
    TAR Behind the Scenes: DESI V and the Quest for Standards

    For those who toil on the frontlines and in the trenches of technology-assisted review, it is good to know that there’s also hard and diligent work going on in the background by the more erudite members of the extended community. If you need proof, just check out this growing list of research papers submitted to...

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    2013-04-29 13:39:52
    Blog
    Coffee, Tea, and TAR: A Critical Analysis Hosted by Duke Law

    Because technology-assisted review (TAR) leverages technology to capture and promulgate human judgments over large collections of electronically stored information, there are claims that it can substantially reduce costs while achieving results that are as good as or even better* than a more traditional manual re...