On any new matter, an eDiscovery professional must assess the project’s goals and whether CAL can be leveraged to help achieve those goals. When considering CAL, there are three main decision points: deciding whether to use CAL, deciding how to use CAL, and deciding when your CAL process is complete. This practice guide will review the key factors that must be considered when facing these decision points.
In this Practice Guide
- Deciding whether to use CAL
- Deciding how to use CAL
- Deciding when your CAL process is complete
- The relationship between goals and methods
- The potential of transferable models
- The importance of results validation
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