Thompson Hine partners Barry Kazan and David Wilson write: Courts have recently entered the fray on predictive coding in cases where an agreement on shortcuts to extensive human review of keyword search results is not reached. In the last year, at least five courts have addressed the use of technology-assisted review as a means of identifying responsive documents requested in discovery. In large matters, parties who are faced with significant costs for document review would do well to review these decisions.
Technology-Assisted Review Is a Promising Tool for Document Production
New York Law Journal
March 18, 2013
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