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Use Predictive Coding and Get an E-Discovery Vendor, Judge Says, Or Tell Me Why You Shouldn't
Posted on 3 Dec 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

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,... Read More

Troutman Sanders LLP: 'Training' The System: The Benefits, Risks And Practical Applications Of Predictive Coding
Posted on 13 Sep 2012 by Troutman Sanders

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... Read More

William A. Ruskin: Predictive Coding: Will E-Discovery Swallow The Judicial System?
Posted on 5 Feb 2013 by William A. Ruskin

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 subscribers ], a highly publicized decision... Read More

Norton Rose Fulbright: Rise Of Predictive Coding For Pharmaceutical Companies
Posted on 2 Jan 2014 by Norton Rose Fulbright

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... Read More

William A. Ruskin: E-Discovery Examined In Depth
Posted on 23 Jul 2012 by William A. Ruskin

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... Read More

RAND Corp.: Predictive Coding Could Reduce E-Discovery Costs, But More Guidance Needed On Data Preservation
Posted on 25 Apr 2012 by LexisNexis Litigation Resource Community Staff

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... Read More