Reading – Using Litigation Analytics to Find Critical Information in Your Case

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“Over the course of the one-hour presentation, the panel covered the following forms of analytics:

Email threading.
Identification of near duplicates.
Timeline analysis.
Communications and social network analysis.
Fuzzy and advanced search.
Concept analysis.
Document clustering.
Technology assisted review (TAR).

What these tools have in common, Noel explained, is that they let us take a big mass of data and slice it along different dimensions. This allows us to see different patterns in the data and different ways it is organized so we can drill in and find what is important to the case.”

Now this is a webinar I might have to set some time aside to watch. There are lots of tools available to legal teams, it makes little sense not to use some of them!

Using Litigation Analytics to Find Critical Information in Your Case

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