Conventional wisdom holds that technology-assisted review (TAR) is useful and efficient only for large cases (perhaps 100,000 documents or more). Conventional wisdom is wrong. Various elements of TAR can be applied quite effectively to smaller cases. And the development of TAR 2.0, a system of continuous active learning (CAL), has dramatically changed the cost-benefit calculus for use of TAR in smaller matters.
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