“Counsel must design an appropriate process, including use of available technology, with appropriate quality control testing, to review and produce relevant ESI.” — Judge Andrew Peck

Let’s start with what predictive coding is not. It is not the “eyes on every document” approach of traditional linear review. Predictive coding is a systematic process that is part of a more robust, streamlined review workflow.

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