Technology-Assisted Review (“TAR”) for e-discovery processing has received a fair amount of favorable publicity over the last several years, with extensive claims of statistically-sound measures of things like precision, recall, fallout, and f-measures. What may not be explicitly stated is that the “Technology” in TAR is limited to some type of textual analysis, i.e., TAR […]

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Most of us have heard about the parable of the six blind men and the elephant – it may actually be the first recorded instance of faceted classification. Six blind men touched different parts of an elephant and each described a completely different thing based on their own perspective or “view” of the elephant: The one […]

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Summary: Evidence that plaintiffs and their attorneys withheld information from Garlock Sealing Technologies, LLC, and filed inconsistent claims in other asbestos cases persuaded a bankruptcy court to cut mesothelioma plaintiffs requested estimated aggregate liability of Garlock by $1 billion. Without the use of BeyondRecognition’s BeyondRedaction technology, Garlock would not have been able to obtain as […]

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