by Constantine Pappas on December 13, 2012
Many clients approach us with questions about Relativity Assisted Review. Depending on their experience with the technology, folks might want to know how it works, find out if their case warrants the use of it, or learn best practices for identifying good example documents, among other questions.
Jay Leib—our chief strategy officer and resident Relativity Assisted Review expert—recently wrote a guest article for Legal Technology Insider that takes a look at what is needed upfront to successfully implement Assisted Review. Specifically, the article touches on seven expectations that should be carefully considered before and during the process. We developed these expectations over time based on the hands-on experience of our clients.
Click here to check out the complete article. If you need assistance with the Assisted Review process or developing a project workflow, feel free to contact us.