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Court Permits Combination of Predictive Coding and Keyword Search

Focusing on precision rather than recall, district court finds that process complies with discovery obligations....more

Predictive Coding in eDiscovery

Predictive Coding - what it is; when to use or not to use it; four hot cases that you MUST know about; comparing predictive coding workflow protocols; and getting a court to grant your predictive coding motion; are all...more

Predictive Coding Gaining Popularity in Complex Litigation

Think about how many emails, text messages and instant messages you send and receive each day. According to The Radicati Group, the average corporate employee sends and receives about 110 emails per day and the number doubles...more

Reining In Discovery Costs Through Predictive Coding Programs

It’s no secret that discovery in litigation can be extremely — sometimes prohibitively — expensive. A recent study of electronic discovery costs shows that the total cost of production could range from $17,000 to $27 million,...more

New Precedents Issued on Predictive Coding

On April 25, 2012, United States District Judge Andrew Carter upheld Judge Peck’s February 2012 rulings in Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, specifically in regard to the use of predictive coding. Judge Peck’s February 24,...more

Three Methods for eDiscovery Document Prioritization: Comparing and Contrasting Keyword Search with Concept Based and Support...

This paper explores the three primary approaches eDiscovery professionals use to systematically prioritize documents that are being considered for review: 1) Keyword Search 2) TAR-PC based on Categorization with...more

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