Dan Diette examines the recent decision from In Re Domestic Airline Travel Antitrust Litigation and its implications on TAR in discovery.
Following our recent breakfast seminar on Continuous Active Learning (CAL), CDS’ Mark Anderson and Bill Belt share their conclusions.
eDiscovery technology isn’t limited to helping with document reviews in a litigation context. As discussed in a prior post, it can be used to comply with notification requirements in the case of data breaches.
To support a litigation case involving breach of contract, CDS was hired to deploy technology assisted review capabilities in order to meet a tight production deadline.
Early Case Assessment (ECA) refers to a variety of tools and workflows for investigating and quickly learning about your data as it relates to eDiscovery and potential litigation.
Most eDiscovery requires redaction of information before it can be produced. Thanks to increasing regulations safeguarding personal information, the amount of redaction required is growing.