In Livingston v. City of Chicago, Illinois Magistrate Judge Young B. Kim denied the plaintiffs’ motion to force the defendant to either use agreed-upon search terms to identify responsive documents and then perform a manual review for privilege or use TAR on the entire ESI collection with an agreed-upon coding system for responsiveness instead of the defendant’s proposed TAR protocol to use TAR to identify responsive documents from the documents retrieved by the search terms.

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