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Posted on: Sep 26, 2017

By Helen Geib, QDiscovery

Keyword searching is an eDiscovery workhorse. Legal teams rely on keyword searches for responsiveness, privilege and issue-based document reviews. Familiarity can breed complacency and many lawyers take searching for granted. An effective keyword search requires both an informed understanding of the substantive issues in the case and a firm grasp of search technique. A good keyword search has the right keywords, proper search grammar and is carefully validated.

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