For as long as e-discovery lawyers have been using technology assisted review, a belief has persisted that it cannot be used economically or effectively in small cases of, say, 5,000 or 10,000 documents. Some discovery professionals maintain that you need at least 100,000 documents before TAR makes sense.

This is a myth, born out of early, inefficient forms of TAR technology. The fact is that, with the right TAR protocols, TAR can be highly effective in small cases, typically reducing both the time and cost of a review project by 60 to 80 percent.

In this article, John Tredennick, Thomas Gricks III and Andrew Bye explain how this myth came about and why it no longer is true, and then offer concrete examples of TAR’s efficacy in small cases.

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