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Document Review is often the most labour intensive and expensive part of the eDiscovery process.
It is the act of reviewing a document in order to identify potentially relevant material in the case or matter.
The document reviewer will also analyse the document to determine if it contains any privileged or confidential information. Any privileged documents or material is usually withheld from production to the other party.
As part of the document review process, the review team may identify documents which should be wholly or partially redacted to protect the contents of those documents from disclosure.
Workflows and tagging guidance are put in place to ensure a consistent approach is taken and ensure a high quality output for production.
Document reviews are usually conducted by trained solicitors and paralegals.
They undergo specialist training in the use of the legal technology software, disclosure rules and regulations and the law of privilege.
Quality Control is conducted during and after first level review, normally by senior solicitors or project managers.
At Cleaver Fulton Rankin, our Legal Technology Group comprises of well trained and highly skilled solicitors and law graduates, and we utilise marketing leading legal technology software such as Relativity and Heretik.
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