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(l-r) Bruce S. Markowitz, vice president of eDiscovery for Evolver Legal Services, Paul A. Meyer, managing counsel of Towers Watson & Co., Antigone Peyton, founder and CEO of Cloudigy Law, Robert D. Keeling, of Sidley Austin, and Oral Pottinger, of Mayer Brown, during a panel discussion titled “Faster, Bigger, Better e-Discovery: Leveraging Technology to Its Fullest,” part of the Masters Conference for Legal Professionals, held at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C., Oct. 19, 2016.(l-r) Bruce S. Markowitz, vice president of eDiscovery for Evolver Legal Services, Paul A. Meyer, managing counsel of Towers Watson & Co., Antigone Peyton, founder and CEO of Cloudigy Law, Robert D. Keeling, of Sidley Austin, and Oral Pottinger, of Mayer Brown, during a panel discussion titled “Faster, Bigger, Better e-Discovery: Leveraging Technology to Its Fullest,” part of the Masters Conference for Legal Professionals, held at the Capital Hilton in Washington, D.C., Oct. 19, 2016. (Photo: Diego M. Radzinschi/ALM)

It was a tale of two document reviews: Sidley Austin partner Robert Keeling said that in a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act case he once handled, a traditional “linear” review wasn’t yielding results. When he applied predictive coding, though, a pattern emerged: the suspects were using a special word when they talked about bribes.

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