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[Editor’s Note:  EDRM is grateful to the project team and Duke Bolch Judicial Institute for producing this point in time guidance in 2019 focused on TAR 1.0.  The EDRM Analytics and Machine Learning Project is currently working on updated guidance for more advanced protocols and research, including CAL.  To join a subteam on this project, […]

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John Rabiej is the deputy director of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law and oversees operation of EDRM, a professional organization that develops practical resources to advance e-discovery and information governance. Rabiej previously served as the director of the Duke Center for Judicial Studies for five years, the executive director and judicial outreach director at […]

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Request for Comment May 18, 2018 – EDRM and the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law are seeking comments from the bench, bar, and public on a preliminary draft of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Guidelines. Nearly 50 volunteer lawyers, e-discovery experts, software developers, scholars and judges worked on this draft under the auspices of EDRM. A […]

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An EDRM working group has completed draft guidelines for the use of technology-assisted review (TAR) tools in discovery. The TAR project team, led by Mike Quartararo of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP, Matthew Poplawski of Winston Strawn, and Adam Strayer of Paul Weiss, includes more than 50 lawyers, e-discovery experts, and technology leaders. Their draft guidelines document […]

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Bloomberg BNA | 10.9.17 Duke Law EDRM sets sights on Technology Assisted Review Guidance by Michael Greene An organization that develops models and standards for electronic discovery has set its sights on developing guidance on technology assisted review (TAR)—a process that involves using machine learning models to help classify documents. EDRM (Electronic Discovery Reference Model), […]

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Relativity | 10.5.17 Relativity Blog Recaps the Duke Law TAR Conference in Tweets by David Horrigan Duke University School of Law and its Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies, home of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), hosted a two-day conference on September 8 and 9 outside Washington, DC, to discuss the past, present, and […]

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eDiscovery Channel | 9.18.17 Tom O’Connor and Mike Quartararo recap the Duke TAR Conference. > See the video

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EDRM Tackles TAR in Developing New E-Discovery Guidelines LegalTech News | 9.14.17 A conference at Duke Law School brought together judges, attorneys and technologists to debate potential guidelines and the future of technology assisted review. by Zach Warren TAR, also known in its long form as technology assisted review, is nothing new. Some e-discovery practitioners and […]

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EDRM is developing webinars on Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) to help educate lawyers and judges on various aspects of TAR in advance of a September Duke Conference, which aims to develop best practices for using TAR. The webinars will address topics such as when to use TAR, how various TAR tools work, common pitfalls and benefits, […]

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