RAND Corp.: Predictive Coding Could Reduce E-Discovery Costs, But More Guidance Needed On Data Preservation

Companies could lower the high cost of large-scale electronic discovery in lawsuits by using a computer application known as predictive coding to reduce the number of documents requiring human review, according to a new study from the RAND Corporation. The study also calls for rule changes to address...

William A. Ruskin: E-Discovery Examined In Depth

By William A. Ruskin On July 16-17, 2012, Executive Counsel Institute conducted a cutting edge meeting in New York titled, "E-Discovery for the Corporate Market." The theme of the two day meeting was "Controlling Your E-Discovery Destiny." The Colloquium Moderators, Brown E. Marean...

Troutman Sanders LLP: 'Training' The System: The Benefits, Risks And Practical Applications Of Predictive Coding

By Troutman Sanders LLP If you are ever responsible for responding to discovery in a lawsuit, by now you may have heard of something known as "predictive coding." Touted by many as a "game changer" in the realm of electronic discovery, predictive coding combines people and technology...

Use Predictive Coding and Get an E-Discovery Vendor, Judge Says, Or Tell Me Why You Shouldn't

Years ago, humorous writer Fran Lebowitz was asked about criticism of a judge overseeing one of the highest profile murder trials of all time. The jurist was taking heat for what people viewed as a laid back or merely observant role in the courtroom, allegedly enthralled by the performances of the legendary...

William A. Ruskin: Predictive Coding: Will E-Discovery Swallow The Judicial System?

By William A. Ruskin In an earlier article , we discussed the significance of Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck's (SDNY) opinion in Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers ], a highly publicized decision that approved of the use of computer-assisted...

Norton Rose Fulbright: Rise Of Predictive Coding For Pharmaceutical Companies

By Jessica Sykora | Pharmaceutical and medical device companies in the midst of costly e-discovery battles and high-dollar litigation have more than likely heard the buzzwords "predictive coding" and "computer-assisted review" at some point during strategy sessions over how to...