Austin, Texas (January 16, 2013). Liquid Litigation Management (LLM), Inc. announced the release of the industry’s most usable and customizable TAR (Technology-Assisted Review) as part of its all-in-one legal e-discovery and case management system, Liquid Lit Manager™. TAR is a process that can greatly trim down e-discovery review time by training a computer to recognize tagging patterns. Once trained, relevant tags are applied to terabytes of documents in a record amount of time. This revolutionary tool for the e-discovery industry is yet to be in widespread use, but LLM’s interpretation of TAR is about to change that.
“In looking at other available TAR capabilities on the market, I felt a disconnect between technology promised to simplify a litigator’s life and reality, which is a product too complicated for the average person to figure out without extensive training,” says Chief Technology Officer Scott Pittman. “My development team worked hard to bridge the gap between powerful technology and a usable product, and I’m extremely pleased with the outcome.” Not only does Liquid Lit Manager’s™ TAR surpass its competitors, but it offers easy customization, allowing for a combination of simple random sampling, random sampling, or judgmental sampling. “Based on recent high-profile court decisions it was important to us to offer all options, depending on a litigation team’s preference or court guidelines,” Pittman said.
To view Liquid Lit Manager’s™ Technology-Assisted Review in action, stop by LegalTech Booth 231, between January 29th and 31st.
Logical Solution. Legendary Service. LLM, Inc. offers Liquid Lit Manager™, a web-based solution enabling legal teams to review discovery, produce documents and manage related daily case materials through a single interface. It is the only product on the market that integrates e-Discovery and case management, which is why it is favored by many AmLaw 100 & 200 law firms, Global 100 firms, and Fortune 100 companies. For more information about LLM, please visit www.LLMinc.com, follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/LLMinc, or subscribe to our BLLAWG at blog.liquidlitigation.com.
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