New E-Discovery Tools In Antitrust Investigations?

Law360, New York (March 30, 2012, 1:43 PM EDT) -- Despite the increasing burden of e-discovery, private litigants and parties before the U.S. antitrust agencies have been cautious about embracing new e-discovery technologies to assist in identifying what documents are responsive to discovery or government requests. The reasoning is simple: concern that the software will miss documents that are critical to the case.

This skepticism now faces a growing body of evidence demonstrating that the historic approach — “linear” document-by-document review, perhaps aided by the use of keyword searches — is no better, and likely is...
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