Expanded and Updated Second Edition
How Technology Assisted Review Works and Why It Matters for Legal Professionals
By John Tredennick
with Mark Noel, Jeremy Pickens,Robert Ambrogi & Thomas C. Gricks III
Technology Assisted Review has been a game changer for e-discovery professionals, offering dramatic savings in both time and review costs for savvy clients and their legal counsel. This book confronts the difficult issues with the first generation of TAR applications, while showcasing the newer, more advanced protocols coming with TAR 2.0.
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Praise for TAR for Smart People
"This book is superb, and I don't apply that word lightly. Superb!"
E-discovery consultant and author Ball in Your Court
"I am happy to recommend John’s book to all legal professionals who want to learn more about predictive coding, and to take their search for evidence to the next level."
Chair, e-Discovery Practice Group, Jackson Lewis; author e-Discovery Team Blog
"Finally, there is a book about TAR that is clear, incisive and actually fun to read."
John M. Facciola
United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Columbia (Retired)
"We are pleased to recognize Catalyst for embracing continuous active learning, which, according to our research, advances the state of the art in technology assisted review."
Maura R. Grossman & Gordon V. Cormack
Ms. Grossman is of counsel at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Dr. Cormack is a professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo