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When running a concept search in Relativity, you do not have to base the search on a document from the workspace, or even an excerpt from a key document. Relativity recommends also basing concept searches on court filings (such as the complaint from the case), or another document such as a news article which is not in the review set. See this post.
A Relativity concept search will help you get the document you're looking for:
Avoid using only one word which will return "broad, unreliable results".