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Is computer-assisted review, or predictive coding, the holy grail for in-house counsel? Will it finally curb the explosive growth in costs for electronic discovery in large-data-volume cases
Three key 2012 rulings indicate that predictive coding may require a degree of transparency that litigators could find unsettling
...34; The prospects of efficiency are tantalizing. In Global Aerospace Inc. v. Landow Aviation LP, Judge James H. Chamblin of...
...chemical and petrochemical, information technology, aerospace, helicopter, trucking and financial services...amp;L Gates' chairman and global managing partner, Peter J. Kalis...
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
Predictive coding in electronic data discovery — aka TAR (technology-assisted review) or CAR (computer-assisted review) — had not one, but three separate sessions at the ninth annual 2012
A judge has sanctioned speedier discovery, but implementing the change will be a slow process
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...specific tasks undertaken by Oxford for Airlarr.Oxford then notified Global Aerospace ("Global")--an insurance company that had issued Oxford a commercial general...
Feedback is flying fast around the affirmation of Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's predictive coding order in the potentially historic discovery phase of the da Silva Moore labor dispute
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