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Judge Robert Miller Jr. ratifies bold e-discovery gamble to use predictive coding despite objections
In feisty case, District Court Judge Robert Miller for the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Indiana OKs defense team's jump-start on predictive coding
On Thursday ALM's Virtual LegalTech, among other things, will be "Addressing the Big Data Dilemma: Deletion, Automation, and Managing Legal Risk. Speakers: Consultant Ronald Hedges, Jason R. Baron, d
So much for Thanksgiving vacation plans for the lawyers and consultants who advise Hewlett-Packard Co. and Autonomy. Instead of turkey they were probably inhaling Maalox after HP divulged that it was
As the East Coast struggles to recover from Hurricane Sandy, firms and companies face the harsh reality of limited power and gasoline, and embrace remote work options
...A pair of litigation support providers -- Pitney Bowes Legal Solutions and iDiscovery Solutions -- recently added early case assessment products to their portfolios and announced...
...Pro website. IDiscovery Solutions, of Washington, D.C., has ...
...Washington D.C.-based litigation consultancy Intelligent Discovery Solutions (iDS) has deployed additional...
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