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Understanding the Impact of Early Case Assessment (ECA)

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Much has been written about the Early Case Assessment (ECA) methodology, which has emerged as a critical way to quickly understand case facts, assess risk and lower both review and data processing costs. But ECA as an initial step of the case management process hasn’t always been on the scene to help control risk and Read More…

17th July 2012 | Posted in White Papers by


The New Practice Direction and eDisclosure

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This is one of a series of white papers written by Chris Dale of the UK-based eDisclosure Information Project. Its purpose is to show that developments in the management of electronic disclosure in the courts of England & Wales, and in particular the eDisclosure Practice Direction and the judgment in Goodale v Ministry of Justice, Read More…

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Cost-Effective and Defensible Technology Assisted Review (TAR)

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Predictive coding is one of the most promising technologies to reduce the high cost of review by improving the efficiency of the review process. However, until now there were limitations with available technology which slowed its adoption in the eDisclosure field. Symantec Transparent Predictive Coding provides a new level of visibility into the predictive coding Read More…

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Phonetic audio search in eDiscovery

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Discovery of audio recordings requires new technologies to meet discovery requirements, just like other forms of “electronically stored information” (ESI). However, there are no standards by which litigants or courts measure how well any search and retrieval methods—old or new—actually perform. Users of new search and retrieval technologies are concerned that they will be called Read More…

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Phonetic Search Technology

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From call centres to broadcast news programs, the quantity of digital files being created is growing quickly and shows no signs of slowing. While valuable information may exist in the audio of these files, there has historically been no effective means to organize, search and analyse the data in an efficient manner.

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