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Some in the legal world are crowing with delight over the detailed Order Regarding Search Methodology for Electronically Stored Information issued by Special Master Maura R. Grossman and U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey T.
The antitrust case of Kleen Products, LLC, et. al. v. Packaging Corporation of America, et. al., which many may know as the “other” predictive coding case, has finally started to tear the attention of
A step-by-step visual guide to an important part of the legal process.
In our previous post, we discussed why Judge Andrew Peck’s decision to endorse predictive coding in Da Silva Moore was a golden opportunity for the technology, although not without flaw. Today, we’re going
Judge Andrew Peck’s endorsement of predictive coding, issued orally on February 8th and in writing February 24th, has been making waves for almost a month now, as everyone from expert analysts to Twitter
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