Predictive Coding Is a New Tool in the E-Discovery Toolbox

, New York Law Journal


Greenberg Traurig's Philip Cohen and Lauren Harrison write: Attorneys hesitant to incorporate predictive coding technology into their e-discovery protocols most commonly cite the uncertainty of judicial acceptance for their reluctance. Well, the wait for judicial guidance is over. On Feb. 24, Southern District Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck, a thought-leader in the ESI field, issued the first opinion that approves of the use of predictive coding.

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