A reasonable e-discovery effort is neither excessively burdensome nor evasive but reasonableness itself is not a simple concept
... Although many commentators predicted an increase in the use of predictive coding technology in 2013, that prediction was not evidenced by any increase...
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A relatively quiet year for electronic data discovery suggests that the bench and bar are getting more sophisticated and technology savvy
The legal tech community offers predictions about information governance, privacy, predictive coding and liability as the new year launches
...Electronic data discovery is just a small subset of Big Data, and predictive analytics is already starting to change the way the legal industry operates...
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...difficult for the company to apply data policies. This is where predictive coding can be used as a strategic information governance tool. Predictive coding...
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