by Bill Psaros and Nelvin Tam | Mar 18, 2016
Last month the English High Court endorsed the use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) for use in large scale discovery. It's a landmark judgment which may persuade Australian courts to encourage the use of predictive coding, which has already been approved in the United States and Ireland.

Last week Owain Stone, head of KordaMentha's Forensic practice, discussed the following ten key factors in favour of TAR that were usefully set out in the English judgment:




Read Owain's full article here. It contains an in-depth look at the above points and KordaMentha's insight on this growing trend in litigation.