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Using advanced analytics as part of your legal document review strategy is no longer an option.

BIA offers a wide range of advanced analytics platforms as part of both the early case assessment and legal document review phases of discovery.

Advanced analytics such as near-duplication analysis, email threading, context searching and predictive coding have all become standard methods for analyzing and reviewing documents for legal matters.

BIA Offers the Best-in-Breed Advanced Analytics Tools in the Market

If you are not using advanced analytics as part of your discovery strategy to help pinpoint the key documents, save money and filter out the noise during legal document review, then you are at a disadvantage.

  • Near-dupe document identification
  • Advanced email threading
  • Context matching analysis
  • Predictive coding
  • Advanced phrase searching
  • Emotional text analysis

Advanced Analytics Give You an Edge


Using modern data analytics is one of the easiest and most cost-effective ways to stay ahead of the opposing party.

Using modern data analytics is one of the easiest and cost-effective ways to stay ahead of those you are in a dispute against.

Many advanced analytics tools are native to modern legal document review platforms but require expert knowledge to configure them, so you can use them in a legally defensible way.

That is where BIA comes in. We are experienced in using, testing and deploying advanced analytics in eDiscovery cases. That means our clients can take advantage of those technologies and methods without needing to become experts themselves.

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Advanced analytics have become standard tools in the litigation toolkit.

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