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Dealing with Documents in other Languages

January 28, 2014

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High-stake investigations and eDiscovery projects are not limited by national boundaries and no investigator can afford to miss relevant information because it is in a foreign language and the cost of translation is too high. Multi-lingual text collection hide more complexities than it initially look like, because, in addition to differences in character sets and […]

eDiscovery: why you should keep control over your data!

January 11, 2013

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The discovery process involves the gathering and management of information that supports some or all phases of a business process, such as fraud investigations, financial auditing, research and development activities and more. The concept of discovery, however, is probably most associated with the legal industry. In this context, discovery is the pre-trial phase of a […]

Technology Assisted Review, Concept Search and Predictive Coding: The Limitations and Risks

May 9, 2012

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Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is a marketing term used in the eDiscovery community to describe the process of automatic classification of documents in a so-called legal review. Similar documents are classified based on training data or seed sets. Typical classes include Confidential, Privileged or Responsive.  As the saying goes, “there’s more than one way to […]