Technology-assisted review and the predictive coding process have transformed the discovery process of litigation in ways that were inconceivable even a decade ago. In fact, if you look up the definitions of technology-assisted review and predictive coding in Black’s Law Dictionary, Garner’s Dictionary of Legal Usage, or the Wolters Kluwer Bouvier Law Dictionary, you will be forced to look elsewhere. This lack of definition does not minimize the importance of these concepts, but instead reflects the speed at which technology is changing.
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