Technology-Assisted Review ("TAR"), also referred to as Computer Assisted Review, can greatly speed-up the review of large amounts of potential digital evidence. With TAR the software "learns" from how the user has categorized previously reviewed documents. The software can then suggest categories for unreviewed documents.
Judge Andrew Peck's recent opinion in the Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Group case has opened the door to technology-assisted review by being the first court to approve of an e-discovery protocol that incorporates technology as part of the document review process.
The scope of the opinion and the impact of e-discovery costs and risks has instantly become a hot topic among e-discovery practitioners, corporate litigation departments, and vendors.
This webinar will provide:
- Overview of Technology-Assisted Review
- Understanding Risks and Benefits of TAR
- Practical Tips and Considerations
- Best Practices for Incorporating TAR into Your E-Discovery Processes
Intended for anyone with an interest in electronic discovery, especially those dealing with litigation.