On January 1, the U.K. launched a disclosure pilot program. The program elevates technology-assisted review — often referred to as predictive coding — to a prominent role in English and Welsh business and property courts.
Parties with matters taking place in England and Wales need to be aware of a new disclosure pilot scheme that has become mandatory, with some exceptions, in English and Welsh business and property courts. These courts cover claims relating to insurance, financial services, construction, competition and shipping, among others.read more
Many attorneys use technology assisted review (“TAR”) solutions to help streamline their practice. It can help with document review, case assessment, contracts, and other litigation tasks. One major draw of TAR is that it reduces effort and cost related to eDiscovery, while also improving accuracy. Numerous studies have concluded that TAR provides results that are superior to manual review. As the years go on, this software continues to improve and provide even more benefits to the legal industry.read more
Most document review today uses some form of technology-assisted review(TAR). TAR uses computer software to categorise documents as responsive or nonresponsive, based on human review of a subset of documents from the collection. TAR includes the capability to prioritise documents on a scale of most to least likely to be responsive, allowing human reviewers to manually review an ever-decreasing volume of documents.read more