11 Responses to Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?

  1. Martie says:

    Great article. I would love to be able to share it on LinkedIn. Why is there not a link to that?

  2. [...] Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas? [...]

  3. [...] Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas? [...]

  4. [...] J. Hooper moment. T. J. Hooper 60 F.2d 737 (2d Cir.), cert. den., 287 U.S. 662 (1932); Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas? Either way, the predictive coding train has definitely left the station. All [...]

  5. [...] “I was convinced by my friend Jason Baron of the need for standards in the world of e-discovery. It is too much of a wild west out there now, and we need guidance. But as a private lawyer I am also cognizant of the dangers of creating minimum standards for lawyers that could be used as a basis for malpractice suits. It is not an appropriate thing for any private group to do. It is a judicial matter that will arise out of case law and competition. So after a lot of thought we realized that minimum standards should only be articulated for the non-legal-practice part of e-discovery, in other words, standards should be created for vendors only and their non-legal activities. The focus for lawyers should be on establishing best practices, not minimum standards. I created this graphic using the analogy of a full tank of gas to visualize this point and explained it my blog Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?” [...]

  6. [...] Yes. Judges are well positioned to lead and I suspect many of them will in the coming years, including Vice Chancellor J. Travis Laster in Delaware Chancery Court, another person much talked about at Georgetown, although he did not attend. See NEWS FLASH: Surprise Ruling by Delaware Judge Orders Both Sides To Use Predictive Coding. There are many Judge Learned Hand types waiting in the wings, I am sure. They need to remind us of what every first year law student is forced to learn (and most soon forget) that although in most cases reasonable prudence is in fact common prudence; but strictly it is never its measure; a whole calling may have unduly lagged in the adoption of new and available devices. T. J. Hooper decision? T. J. Hooper 60 F.2d 737 (2d Cir.) See Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas? [...]

  7. [...] Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?  (and you can also click here for the alternate PDF version for easy distribution). [...]

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  9. […] Is it really diligent to just plug in a few keywords and call that a search? In the nineties I would say yes, certainly. In the early 2000s, I would say yes, probably. But in the second decade of the Twenty-First Century? I don’t know. It depends. I am reminded again of the most famous tugboat in legal history, the T.J. Hooper, and its missing radio. T. J. Hooper 60 F.2d 737 (2d Cir. 1932) (“in most cases reasonable prudence is in fact common prudence; but strictly it is never its measure; a whole calling may have unduly lagged in the adoption of new and available devices.”) (J. Learned Hand); Also See Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas? […]

  10. […] Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?  (and you can also click here for the alternate PDF version for easy distribution). […]

  11. […] Does Your CAR (“Computer Assisted Review”) Have a Full Tank of Gas?  (and you can also click here for the alternate PDF version for easy distribution). […]

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