Minds Matter: H5, Rules-Based TAR, and Cooperation

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dipole_small copyThis article is about how H5‘s rules-based approach to technology-assisted review provides a great framework for illustrating cooperation in ediscovery. But first, some context.

By this time next year, Rule 1 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will have been amended to codify the principles of proportionality and cooperation between opposing counsel. Continue reading

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Statistically Improbable Phrases in Technology-Assisted Review

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amazonAmazon.com computes and displays “Statistically Improbable Phrases” for its indexed books. It defines a Statistically Improbable Phrase as “a phrase that occurs a large number of times in a particular book relative to all [indexed] books.” You can use similar statistics to help you improve your technology-assisted review. Continue reading

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