Near duplicate identification, or ‘NearDup’, is a critically important eDiscovery function that can drastically increase the speed and quality of your review by grouping similar documents, maintaining email threads, retrieving unmarked ‘hot’ documents, and preventing the inadvertent release of critical privileged information. As document collections continue to grow, so does the risk of missing key documents, inconsistently coding productions, and releasing privileged data.
- What is Near Duplicate Identification?
- When is ‘NearDup’ Needed?
- Inadvertent Privilege Release Example
- Using ‘NearDup’ to:
- – Group Similar Documents
- – Find More Key Documents
- – Enable Email Threading
- – Prevent the Inadvertent Release of Privileged Information
- NearDup Groupings+ service options from Lexbe
About the Speaker
Gene Albert is the CEO of Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology and eDiscovery topics. He is on the Planning Committee of the Texas State Bar eDiscovery Program. Gene has his JD from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.