US case law, including Bridgestone v IBM and the Progressive case continue to produce Opinions which edge us slowly towards general acceptance by the courts of sophisticated technology.
Inevitably, questions arise about the implementation of that technology, including its inter-relation with more conventional forms of search.
This takes us, and usefully, away from the idea that there is one magic solution for all such problems and towards the idea that lawyers need to understand how different types of technology can be used together, and at the appropriate stage, to achieve a result which is both defensible and proportionate.
Recommind has a webinar on 9 October (that is, today) at 10am PST | 1:00pm EST called Switching horses midstream: the case (law?) for prioritised review which considers these subjects.
The speakers are Neil Etheridge, Drew Lewis and Hal Marcus of Recommind. There is more information about this webinar here.