Near-Duplicate Detection Finds Documents No One Thought Could be Found
Expert consultants (inexpensively) apply analytics to find documents that would not have been found through traditional review and client saves $134,955. Legal teams often come across important documents from third-party sources or other matters requiring a content comparison in order to identify similar or duplicate documents within their client’s ESI. In...
Innovative Analytics Workflow Found the Needle in a Pile of Needles
Case Study: Innovation, a deep understanding of analytics tools, and expert workflow implementation turns a review of 195,000 records into one of 400. What happens if you have a huge collection and suspect that only a tiny fraction of that collection is going to be responsive to the request for production? What...
How to Deal with a Document Dump and Save $1.4M Using Predictive Coding [Case Study]
The Case In this case, opposing counsel produced more than 800,000 documents (267GB) to D4’s client. Their client suspected that this was a “document dump,” i.e., a production purposely designed to make it harder to find relevant information. The collection produced was based on keyword searches that both parties had ag...
Using Advanced Technologies and Solutions to Cut Costs Significantly
Company Saves Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars on eDiscovery Review Using Advanced Technologies. Situation A major healthcare company, with operations in more than 100 countries, was involved in a contract dispute which the General Counsel of Litigation described as a “high costs/low merits” case. Challenge Due to these circumstances, there exis...
Predictive Coding as a Strategic Weapon
Situation A large consumer manufacturing company and its outside counsel hired D4 to assist them in defending a false advertising and intellectual property claim from another manufacturer in the same consumer electronics industry. Challenge Our customer and its legal team felt it strategic to meet the existing deadline although the...
Second Requests - The D4 Difference
Five million documents needed to be collected, reviewed and produced in 10 days. Situation An AmLaw100 firm was retained by their client, a multi-national Fortune 500 company, to help complete a response to a Hart-Scott-Rodino Second Request* from the Department of Justice. D4 was engaged by the firm to support the Second...
EDRM in a Week - The D4 Difference
Situation A leading law firm takes 18 TB through the EDRM in 7 days and realizes a 98% data reduction. D4 collaborated with their client and the project was broken into two phases:Phase 1 - Sample Set and Phase 2 - Complete Set. Challenge The courts mandated the discovery and review of data contained o...
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