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What the Cal is Continuous Active Learning?

What the Cal is Continuous Active Learning? And Why Should the Trial Lawyer Care.

Continuous Active Learning, or CAL, is the term e-discovery computer science techies use when referring to the next generation of Technology Assisted Review tool—aka TAR 2.0—in matters of litigation. It saves a bunch of time and money, delivering document discovery results in real-time, a distinct advantage over TAR 1.0, predictive coding model. So, for practitioners…

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Multi Year Cases Shouldn’t Cost Multi Millions to Host

Multi-year cases produce a ton of eDiscovery and ESI data, requiring more space than maybe your current system and inhouse resources can handle. Between the disparate types of trial documents like email, social media, drop box, text messages, video, audio, graphic, and PDFs, your systems and IT may quickly reach their limitations when you need…

The Perils of Discovery Self-Collection

The Discovery phase of any lawsuit can be complex, tedious and time-consuming, but it’s one of the most important phases in the litigation process and therefore, it is never appropriate to allow your client to do the discovery themselves and certify its accuracy. The courts have recently made that very clear. Just this past July,…

Third Party Subpoenas – Bearing the Burden

Third-party subpoena requests are frustrating because they are usually broad in scope and take up considerable time and resources.