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Relativity Fest 2019
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PR293000 - Key Terms Are Alive and Kicking with AI

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Parties have agreed to and exchanged search terms for decades. Like date range, file type, custodian, and other similar filters, search terms are tangible and objective filters that can easily be exchanged. Unlike other analytics technology, search terms will return essentially the same results regardless of the hosting database being used. The trouble with key terms, however, is that those that are agreed to are usually horribly over-inclusive, with each side proposing terms that amount to a fishing expedition. There is usually little time, or appetite, for careful validation of key terms, and even when validation efforts are made, the results are usually dramatic over-productions resulting in excessive review and technology costs—and a delay in the delivery of efficient justice. Any trial lawyer who has ever darkened the court room knows that there are only so many documents that can be used in a case of any size. So, why do we spend so much time and effort with documents of little value? AI, leveraging active machine learning, has entered the mainstream and is changing how documents are analyzed and reviewed. Those who are predicting the death of key terms, however, are missing the opportunity. Come see real case examples of how the combination of key terms and active learning dramatically reduced the time and effort associated with document production and review. Mark Walker, Senior Solutions Architect at Legility, a New Law company, will show you Relativity workflows used in actual cases large and small, including some of the largest analytics-based cases in the country. The proof is in the pudding.


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Relativity Administration, Workflows
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In-house Counsel, Litigation Support Professional, Outside Counsel, Paralegal
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