Predictive coding technology — the use of computer software to assist and expedite discovery document review — is the latest e-discovery tool with which litigation counsel must become familiar. By potentially eliminating the need for large-scale document review, predictive coding technology can reduce costs and streamline the e-discovery process. Proponents also argue that computer-assisted review can be more accurate than traditional attorney review. However, as with any new technology, counsel must be prepared to assess its usefulness in a particular case and to address potential client concerns.
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