Paralegals are in the perfect position to learn about predictive coding and bring it to the attorneys. The challenges are many, but the opportunities are there for paralegals to become even more impo
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Thompson Hine partners Barry Kazan and David Wilson write: Courts have recently entered the fray on predictive coding in cases where an agreement on shortcuts to extensive human review of keyword sea
Daily Business Review
Over objections, a federal court in New York and a state court in Virginia have approved the use of predictive coding for review and production of electronic documents in discovery
Predictive coding (aka technology-assisted review) involves the use of e-discovery software that helps document reviewers "train" the software to identify relevant documents, using mathematical algor
Originally Published: Law Technology News
A road map to help you secure court approval of predictive coding over objections, summarizing the current legal landscape, gathering relevant resources, and offering insight on how to persuade the c
A road map to get your judge to "yes" on technology-assisted review
Cadwalader's Gregory A. Markel and Erika B. Engelson give an overview of the judiciary's assessment of predictive coding, from Da Silva Moore to Global Aerospace to Kleen Products
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Gregory A. Markel is a partner at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, and Erika B. Engelson, special counsel to the firm, write that there have been two important decisions within the last month concernin
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