Hope for Reversing Commoditization of Document Review?

The promise and implications of new technology.

, New York Law Journal


Robert W. Trenchard, a partner at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, and Steven Berrent, managing director of WilmerHale Discovery Solutions, discuss the implications for lawyers, firms, clients and the legal system of tools that use machine-learning techniques to help lawyers quickly gather together documents on particular subjects, a significant improvement over both traditional manual linear review and earlier generations of computer-assisted review.

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