Every Good Document Review Starts With Human Expertise

, New York Law Journal


Howard J. Reissner, chief executive officer at Planet Data, and Ian K. Hochman, special counsel at Willkie Farr & Gallagher, write: While there is little doubt that technology assisted review has a more prominent role in document review today than it did even one or two years ago, the use of technology to enhance document review has been developing for the past 15 years. The reality is that TAR is not all that new, and the fundamentals of a successful document review still remain the same.

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  • Anne Kershaw

    Take a look at my 2005 study: http://bit.ly/OcBvqS and also, http://bit.ly/Pn8ywJ - whatever search technology you use, if you use it intelligently and strategically, with an understanding of the nature of the data you are searching and the facts and issues in the case, you will find what you need to find and also gain an understanding of what your documents are telling you. It's great stuff for smart litigators!

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