Aug 11, 2021 10:00:00 AM | Marketing
As a Relativity Master, I spend a lot of time working with customers to find the best solutions for their unique needs. Often, during our discussions, the topic of Active Learning (AL) comes up. But what exactly does ‘using AL’ entail? Over the past few years, I have heard a lot of assumptions about document review technology — particularly, what it can do and cannot do. Today I’m breaking down the top five assumptions about AL.
Apr 19, 2021 9:02:35 AM | Michael Morey
When searching for a needle in a haystack, having a big red sign that points directly to the needle would go a long way. In eDiscovery (and in particular, Relativity), highlighting has become a supercharged tool that allows reviewers to quickly and easily pick out the most important information that should be marked as ‘potentially relevant’ or ‘privileged’. Take it a step further, and you can even set up your highlighting function to automatically pre-determine terms and keywords in just a few clicks.
Apr 15, 2021 9:37:04 AM | Marketing
Ian Sinclair specializes in eDiscovery and has directed all stages of the discovery process, from initiating legal holds and conducting document collections to presiding over the legal review process. In his role as Manager of Review Services at Ricoh eDiscovery, Ian is dedicated to leveraging technology to improve workflows, diminish costs and faithfully recommends new software functionality to his clients.
Apr 6, 2021 11:07:51 AM | Sean Lynch
When undergoing a merger or acquisition (M&A), it is common for the Canadian Competition Bureau to issue a Supplementary Information Request (SIR) if it is perceived there could be a negative effect to the competitive landscape in the area of the combined businesses. For example, the Bureau concluded Metro’s $4.5 billion acquisition of the Jean Coutu Group in 2018 would likely lead to substantially higher prices or decreases in services related to medications and other pharmacy products in eight regions across Quebec. As a result, Metro agreed to sell properties or leases to another party as part of the deal.
Mar 30, 2021 11:05:18 AM | Jessica Lockett
Gone are the days of relying solely on time-consuming, linear, eyes-on review. Not only does leveraging advanced analytic tools result in impressive time savings, but it can also help you save significantly on review spend. A win-win for both you and/or your clients.
Mar 10, 2021 9:00:00 AM | Ian R. Sinclair
Dust off your work boots! We’re going berry picking.
Feb 24, 2021 4:33:56 PM | Ian R. Sinclair
Redaction of privileged content or personal information is commonplace before documents are produced to an external party. Manual redaction has predominated throughout my 10 years in eDiscovery, but, as of late, automatic redaction tools are gaining ground. Yet, in my experience with the current tools, automatic redaction should be relied upon in limited (or specialized) circumstances and, often, require extensive eyes-on quality control.
Nov 9, 2020 3:20:27 PM | Marketing
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