Avoiding expensive pitfalls and achieving cost efficiency with technology assisted review

While many assume that using TAR will mean reduced cost, this assumption does not always prove true

In the first two articles in this series we analyzed when to consider using technology assisted review of documents in civil litigation and how to work with opposing counsel to achieve positive strategic results. In this final installment, we explain the best ways to realize cost savings for your client through technology assisted review.

After choosing the right method of technology assisted review (TAR) and working with opposing counsel to ensure that your use of TAR is approved by the court, you must still attempt to achieve cost effectiveness in its use. While many practitioners assume that using TAR instead of attorneys will mean reduced cost, this assumption does not always prove true.

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John C. Eustice

John C. Eustice is a member at the law firm Miller & Chevalier Chartered in Washington, D.C. His practice focuses on the counseling and representation...

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