Three federal judges — Shira Scheindlin, James Francis and Peter Flynn — were in high gear on May 1st, at an entertaining and innovative program entitled: "A Consortium on Litigation, Inf
...received the 9-1-1 calls, obtained information, entered it into the computer-assisted dispatch system, and broadcast it to the troopers on duty. SOP...
The exponential increase in the use of electronically stored information has caused many logistical problems with logging privileged information. Practitioners and scholars have offered a few suggest
... John Mayer is executive director of the nonprofit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (www.cali.org). Mayer's leadership in technology extends...
...reduce costs and streamline the e-discovery process. Proponents also argue that computer-assisted review can be more accurate than traditional attorney review. However, as...
...Da Silva Moore should be read to acknowledge that "computer-assisted review is an available tool and should be seriously considered for...
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Government agencies are expected to protest Judge Scheindlin's strong opinion on custodian self-collection vociferously, arguing it is overly burdensome
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