...was approved by several courts in 2012, predictive coding received little further analysis in court opinions in 2013. Finally, courts in 2013 continued to grapple...
Richard Zitrin takes a stab at decoding those online lawyer ratings
Originally Published: The Recorder
A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
New apps also help you find alternative fuel and doctors on demand, and may save your marriage
...sights but we struggle to hurdle the quagmire of stakeholders frozen in analysis on what to toss. Meanwhile, the over collection epidemic rages on and...
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To manage litigation risk in light of data growth, use predictive coding for information governance
It is amazing how frequently lawyers complain that they can't learn how to use technology, that technology is expensive to acquire, or that they can't deal with the ethical issues technology raises
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...a new feature for its Concordance Evolution e-discovery software. Near-duplicate analysis flags documents and emails that are nearly identical. With LexisNexis...
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