Planet Data, a global innovator in the creation and development of defensible legal technologies, services and solutions, today announced the availability of a new white paper, The Random Sampling Road to Reasonableness. The paper addresses the much-discussed topic of how to properly employ Random Sampling techniques in relation to ESI workflows such as predictive coding and technology assisted review.
Mr. Wade offers readers an explanation of underlying Random Sampling theories and terms. The white paper illustrates how to incorporate Random Sampling into a complete eDiscovery process to ensure that reasonable steps are taken throughout the workflow and how to use sampling as a critical step in a defensible and reasonable litigation strategy.
Specifically, the paper examines the proper application of "Confidence Levels" and "Confidence Intervals". Mr. Wade also lists important concepts that will help mitigate skepticism of Random Sampling by explaining how to utilize the appropriate techniques for everyday practice.
"In my discussions with clients and other practitioners it became clear that there is a wide range of understanding and opinions about how to best employ Random Sampling," said Michael Wade, Planet Data EVP and CTO. "In this paper I address the fundamental aspects of Random Sampling to help users gain a better understanding of the basics and to become more comfortable utilizing these advanced techniques".
To download the white paper please visit: http://bit.ly/KN4k1b
About Planet Data -
Planet Data, a global leader in Early Case Assessment and Discovery Management Services, has been providing eDiscovery solutions and services for more than ten years. Planet Data is SSAE 16 Type II and US Safe Harbor certified, and operates state-of-the-art data processing and hosting centers. Planet Data delivers flexible, high-quality, cost-effective eDiscovery services, high-level consulting, technical support and project management. http://www.planetds.com
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