The first phase of a study jointly commissioned by the eDiscovery Institute and Oracle (click here to read more) has shown that, while using technology assisted review will lower the cost of e-discovery, the “assisted” part is a key component in the equation.
The study involved a number of software manufacturers and lit support vendors each attempting to replicate document requests from real litigation where the producing party was confident that it produced all requested records.
Some key findings included:
Clearly, using technology will help to reduce the cost of legal review, but the quality of that review is very dependent on who is using the technology.
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