10.01.2010 The Demise of Linear Review E-Discovery Alert
There is a familiar image from the 1920s of row upon row of bespectacled clerks, sporting green eye shades and clacking away on adding machines as they tracked and totaled the business of Wall Street. In the context of document review, a similar scene may still be observed; row upon row of attorneys clicking away in sunless rooms, reviewing the documents of corporate America. On Wall Street, the rows of clerks have been replaced by racks of servers. Today, with the emergence of advanced search and categorization technologies, a similar evolution in efficiency is happening in electronic discovery.

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