Litigation News -- August 2012


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Can Predictive Coding Relieve The Burdens Of Electronic Discovery? and Seeking a Preliminary Injunction? Don’t Forget to Post a Bond

Excerpt from Can Predictive Coding Relieve The Burdens Of Electronic Discovery?

In civil litigation, the burden imposed by obligations to retain, sort, and exchange electronically stored information (“ESI”) with the opposing party can be tremendous. In the nearly twenty years since e-discovery issues began to emerge, these costs have shaped strategy and outcomes in complex commercial disputes. Today, predictive coding, an emerging search technology and litigation tool, promises to relieve these burdens on litigants.

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