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Still Crazy After All These Years: A TAR Case Law Survey

Still Crazy After All These Years: A TAR Case Law Survey

Technology-assisted review (“TAR”) first rose to prominence in the legal industry around 2011, and it was hailed in industry press and mainstream media outlets as having the potential to transform legal practice.  Despite all of the enthusiasm at the beginning, however, TAR’s rate of adoption remained slower than expected over the subsequent seven years – in part due to continuing uncertainty and fear growing out of the many legal disputes over its use.  From 2012’s da Silva Moore, to 2017’s Winfield and beyond, numerous courts have wrestled with whether and when TAR is okay, if it can be required, what processes should be employed when it is used, and more.

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In this free, one-hour webinar, XDD Director of Education Matthew Verga, JD, will survey the key cases in this area, from 2012 to the present, to provide practitioners with the available guidance from the courts.

Topics discussed will include:

  • Whether prior permission is needed for TAR
  • Whether TAR use can be compelled
  • The timing of process objections
  • Transparency expectations
  • Search terms and TAR

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We look forward to seeing you on the webinar.

 

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