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Judge notes that while clowns are scary, ESI is not

Judge notes that while clowns are scary, ESI is not

City of Rockford v. Mallinckrodt ARD Inc. In this case alleging pharmaceutical price-gouging, the court praised the parties’ cooperation before resolving “an impasse” regarding non-responsive information. The court began this highly entertaining opinion by quoting...

What Is Technology-Assisted Review or TAR?

What Is Technology-Assisted Review or TAR?

Using computers and AI to aid in ediscovery review What is technology-assisted review (TAR) or computer-assisted review (CAR)? Both terms refer to an approach within the document review phase of ediscovery that leverages computer algorithms to identify and tag...

What is AI or artificial intelligence?

What is AI or artificial intelligence?

Why computers learn by analyzing ediscovery data. What is AI? The short answer is that AI is short for artificial intelligence, which is the simulation of human intelligence by computers. Computers using AI can be said to think and learn based on experience and...

Ediscovery Intelligentsia Deliver 2018 Projections

Ediscovery Intelligentsia Deliver 2018 Projections

Most jobs require an element of fortune telling, an ability to read the tea leaves and make decisions based upon the developments we expect to see in the future. Doing so successfully marks the individual as having vision. As we look to anticipate which way the winds...

Court Orders TAR Ediscovery Software With Validation Set

Court Orders TAR Ediscovery Software With Validation Set

Winfield v. City of New York No. 15-CV-05236 (LTS) (KHP) (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 27, 2017). In this case alleging that New York City’s affordable housing program has a disparate impact on racial minorities, the plaintiffs challenged the City’s implementation of court-ordered...

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