For more than a decade, the legal community has struggled to effectively use technology to find "smoking guns" during document review in electronic data discovery -- while containing the costs of that technology (and the humans who must manage it). It's not an easy mission. Everything from creating nuanced keywords to hiring the right reviewers can make or break a case. And technology can get expensive, fast; there's no point in spending $500,000 to review files on a case with an exposure of $100,000. In our October issue, U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck helps us ... [MORE]
The Case for Bringing Predictive Coding to Court
Law Technology News
October 3, 2011
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