Document categorization in legal electronic discovery: computer classification vs. manual review

@article{Roitblat2010DocumentCI,
  title={Document categorization in legal electronic discovery: computer classification vs. manual review},
  author={Herbert L. Roitblat and Anne Kershaw and Patrick Oot},
  journal={JASIST},
  year={2010},
  volume={61},
  pages={70-80}
}
In litigation in the US, the parties are obligated to produce to one another, when requested, those documents that are potentially relevant to issues and facts of the litigation (called “discovery”). As the volume of electronic documents continues to grow, the expense of dealing with this obligation threatens to surpass the amounts at issue and the time to identify these relevant documents can delay a case for months or years.The same holds true for government investigations and third-parties… CONTINUE READING
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