Posted on: September 12, 2013in White Papers
Technology Assisted Review - What Does TAR Really Mean?
Technology Assisted Review (TAR) is an umbrella category that covers many advanced technologies and the generic nature of the term has proven to be somewhat confusing throughout our industry. There are many different TAR approaches but they all share the same goal: to help legal teams separate datasets by relevancy or issue in order to prioritize documents for expedited review.
This whitepaper will answer many questions, including:
- What is "TAR" and why should you care?
- Does it really help speed up discovery and minimize costs?
- Is it a defensible process?
- What are the courts' views on the use of TAR?
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