Category Archives: Technology Assisted Review

Tale of the Tape: Key Terms v. TAR 2.0

Written on May 25, 2017 in Data Management, Technology Assisted Review

There Really Is No Contest When It Comes To Objectivity, Speed And Effectiveness The evidence continues to pile up that... Read More

Ethical Considerations for Technology Assisted Review

Written on October 7, 2016 by Rob Lekowski in Industry Insight, Technology Assisted Review

We recently held a CLE seminar, “Technology Assisted Review (TAR) in the Round,” with our partner Catalyst. During the seminar,... Read More

Is My Case Too Small for Technology Assisted Review?

Written on September 14, 2016 by Cary Tapscott in Technology Assisted Review

We’re often asked how big a case needs to be for it to make sense to use technology assisted review... Read More

Continuous Active Learning: The Sharpest Tool in the Technology Assisted Review Toolbox

Written on July 18, 2016 by Rob Lekowski in Industry Insight, Technology Assisted Review

Maura Grossman and Gordon Cormack, technology assisted review (TAR) pioneers, recently suggested that people have been slow to adopt TAR,... Read More

Debunking the Myths of TAR

Written on March 2, 2016 by Rob Lekowski in Technology Assisted Review

When legal professionals began using technology assisted review (TAR) more actively around 2010, it prompted a lot of questions. Automated... Read More

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