Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Barry Murphy. Published: 2013-01-03 09:00:16  The cost of eDiscovery and document review specifically, has encouraged many corporations and law firms to begin working with Technology Assisted Review (“TAR”) solutions. The corporations are interested in leveraging recent analytical improvements to review applications, their law firms are sensitive to higher expectations regarding legal process efficiencies, and legal service providers are striving to provide the brightest reviewers and best-of-breed applications. One such corporation revealed to eDJ its efforts to reduce legal review costs using a form of TAR known as predictive coding.Some companies embrace TAR and buy all-you-can-eat solutions so as to use TAR in every matter, regardless of size. Other companies are more cautious, choosing to let case law and more standard TAR practices emerge.  One thing is clear: there is no one-size-fits-all way in which to utilize TAR. Serial litigants may choose to bring TAR software in-house and use it on all matters while others will contract with managed services companies on a matter-by-matter basis. Over the coming months and years, anecdotal evidence of TAR usage will build and best practices will emerge.In the new eDJ report – “How One Enterprise Dipped A Toe Into Predictive Coding” – you will learn how a very large company began experimenting with Predictive Coding.  It might be surprising to learn how a very litigious company approached predictive coding with caution and was able to learn important lessons about the process and the results.  The report is available as part of the Platinum Plus subscription to eDiscoveryMatrix.com or can be purchased a la carte here.eDiscoveryJournal Contributor and eDJ Group Lead Analyst – Barry Murphy

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