How Insight Predict’s Unique Capabilities Cut Review by Two Thirds
In a major shareholder class action alleging violations of federal securities laws, the defendant’s legal team was under a tight deadline to review a collection of mixed English and Spanish documents. By prioritizing documents using Insight Predict—Catalyst’s engine for technology assisted review—the team was able to cut the review by two-thirds, saving time and money. The case illustrates two key capabilities that distinguish TAR 2.0 platforms such as Insight Predict from earlier TAR tools. One is that judgmental seeds, sel... >>
Insight Predict Helps a Small Team Meet a Tight Discovery Deadline
When the regulatory agency sued the private company, it sought to recover over $1 million the company had allegedly overbilled the government. But when the short-staffed agency faced a tight discovery deadline in the case, it knew there was not time for manual review. Turning to Insight Predict, Catalyst’s second-generation technology assisted review (TAR) platform, the agency was able to cut its review nearly 60%.
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User-Controlled Platform Allows Global Company to Streamline, Standardize and Manage Anti-Corruption Investigations Across its Asian and European Offices
The multinational medical device company faced a workflow challenge of global scale. Compliance staff across its Asian and European regions regularly receive reports of potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the UK Bribery Act, and similar laws. The company sought to streamline and standardize its process for investigating these tips so that its far-flung regional offices could easily collect relevant data—even across m... >>
Catalyst helps client negotiate a discovery stipulation to use Insight Predict
The case against our client, a major media company, was pending in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, which is known for its tight deadlines. With 188,000 documents to review before production, our client sought a procedure that would reduce both legal and economic obstacles to completing the review.
Catalyst was able to help the client negotiate a discovery stipulation to use Insight Predict, our second-generation technology assisted review tool, and then, taking advantage of Predict... >>
Facing Tight Deadline in SEC Probe, Company Reduces Review by 75%
The question has persisted since technology assisted review got its start. How big does a case need to be before it makes sense to load it into a TAR system? Is 10,000 documents enough? How about 100,000? In this case, it was just 16,000 documents, but TAR enabled the company to cut its review by 75% and get it done in under a week.
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Even After Manually Reviewing Half the Collection, TAR Produced Substantial Savings
“It’s never too late,” people often say. But is that true for technology assisted review? If a legal team has already put substantial time and effort into manual review, can TAR still be worthwhile? That was the issue presented in a patent infringement case where the client’s approval to use TAR came only after the law firm had manually reviewed nearly half the collection. Even that late in the game, Insight Predict produced substantial savings in time and cost.
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Catalyst’s Insight Predict Cuts Production Review Costs by 94%
Our client was a large banking institution embroiled in nasty litigation with a now-defunct borrower. The bank alleged it lost millions due to the borrower’s principals’ accounting fraud. Legal shots were fired, excuses ran rampant and the parties went hard at each other to see where the blame would end up. Bring on the discovery.
Responding to a production request, our client conducted an extensive investigation to find responsive documents. Even after using a variety of techniques to cull those that it found, it was still lef... >>
Continuous Active Review Cuts Cost by Over 85%
Our client was a multinational Japanese company facing a large document production in an international patent dispute. The initial review collection exceeded 2 million documents. After a series of rolling uploads, which continued throughout the review, the population slated for review grew to 3.6 million. Facing millions in review costs, the client sought an alternative to linear review.
Review time was short. The client’s goal was to finish the review in four weeks with a small team handling the project. The documents were primarily in Japane... >>
Insight Predict Reduces Review and Rescues Privileged Documents
In a highly sensitive government investigation, discovery is a delicate balancing act. You want to be sure to produce everything you are supposed to produce. But you just as surely want to steer clear of inadvertently producing privileged information. On both sides of this equation, technology assisted review (TAR) can provide greater certainty, while still reducing the overall time and cost of your review.This was demonstrated in a case involving a government investigation of a digital entertainment company. Using Insight Pred... >>
Common belief is that technology assisted review is useful only when making productions. In fact, it is also highly effective for reviewing productions from an opposing party. This is especially true when imminent depositions create an urgent need to identify hot documents.
A recent multi-district medical device litigation dramatizes this. The opposing party’s production was a “data dump” containing garbled OCR and little metadata. As a result, keyword searching was virtually useless. But by using TAR, the attorneys were able to highlight hot documents and prepare for the depositions with t... >>