Social Document Review: Collaborative Annotation

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connectionsWBG-200-CorGroup document reviews usually aren’t particularly ennobling. And in recent years we’ve learned that they can sometimes produce results that are worse than what we’d get from a well-trained machine.

That can change. We can use social technology to make group document reviews better, faster, and less costly, while making the reviewers’ work more professionally rewarding to them and more valuable to their employers. Continue reading

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Technology-Assisted Review: Quickly Compute Case Dictionaries

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My last post showed how you can use pre-reviewed seed sets of relevant and irrelevant documents to help prioritize unreviewed documents, using WordSmith 6 from Lexical Analysis Software Ltd. (USD $88.73 or EUR €67.57 from lexically.net – Please note that I’m not affiliated with Lexical.)

Here’s how you can help your document reviewers hit the ground running by investing a few hours of attorney or paralegal time with WordSmith before you’ve reviewed any documents. Continue reading

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