Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is now so widely used in e-discovery and so widely accepted by judges that one federal magistrate-judge recently declared it to be “black letter law,” write Catalyst’s Thomas C. Gricks III and Robert J. Ambrogi in “A Brief History of Technology Assisted Review.” This article was featured in Law Technology Today, a publication by the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center.

So how did TAR take root among lawyers? And how did it become so widespread so quickly? Learn about the roots of this important technology and two key developments that are making TAR even more essential to litigation.

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