...agent for the homeowners association (HOA). Fowler’s purchase agreement...The court of appeal affirmed, holding that Fowler incorrectly alleged that...
...quot;) entered into an agreement with the plaintiff homeowners association (the "HOA"), the terms of which are the subject of this action. The...
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
...in 2012's first head-turning opinion when, in Voom HD Holdings, LLC v. EchoStar Satellite LLC, M-1748 & 600292...
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
They reflected widely differing approaches by judges and parties involved
...op) than a homeowners' association (HOA). The property consisted...corporation for the purpose of holding title to the…property...
Predictive coding in e-discovery aka TAR (technology-assisted review) or CAR (computer-assisted review) had not one, but three separate sessions at the ninth annual 2012 Georgetown Law
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