Mike Quartararo, ACEDS: Technology: Search Terms Are Dead. Or Are They?

Extract from Mike Quartararo’s article “Technology: Search Terms Are Dead. Or Are They?”

The funeral procession for the use of search terms to find relevant documents in electronic discovery started a long time ago. I think it began with Judge Peck’s DaSilva Moore opinion in 2012. So, why is it then that eight years later, search terms remain the number one means for identifying the relevant, non-privileged, and proportional information in discovery?

I asked a few experts in the eDiscovery field this precise question, and here’s what they told me.

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