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Lessons Learned From Predictive Coding in 'Da Silva Moore'

Source: Rebecca N. Shwayri, Law Technology News, March 13, 2012

N.Y. Panel Adopts 'Zubulake' on Bearing Costs in Discovery

The following article was written by Brendan Pierson for the New York Law Journal on March 5, 2012.

The cost of finding and producing both electronically stored information and physical documents in response to discovery requests must initially fall on the party responding to the request, though courts may shift that cost at their discretion, a unanimous panel of the Appellate Division, 1st Department, has ruled.

Core Concepts of New ESI Guidelines for Criminal Law

Source: Shira A. Scheindlin and Jeffrey Rabkin - New York Law Journal March 1, 2012.

The Act of Production: Minimize Risk When Replying to a Subpoena

Source: Michael Dockterman and Ira G. Greenberg - New York Law Journal

The Evolution and Explosion of E-Discovery Will Continue in 2012

Texas Lawyer • February 6, 2012

Sofia Adrogué, partner at Looper, Reed & McGraw, and Caroline Baker, a state district judge for more than 14 years, predict that ediscovery will continue to loom large in 2012.

Federal Judges Consider Important Issues That Could Shape the Future of Predictive Coding Technology

This is a very interesting article written by Matthew Nelson for Forbes. He states that two recent cases will address important issues in the coming weeks that could help shape the future of predictive coding review technology in electronic discovery (ediscovery).

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E-Discovery Rules Applied to Social Media: What This Means in Practical Terms for Businesses

This is a very interesting article written by Michelle Sherman and posted on the findlaw.com website. The article discusses the Federal Civil Rules of Procedure and the impact that eDiscovery is having upon the use of social media networks.The article can be found at http://ow.ly/96a36
 

What does Predictive Coding Not Do?

Predictive Coding does not replace human review. The solution takes all the documents related to an issue, ranks and tags them so that a human reviewer can look over the documents to confirm relevance. The beauty of this technology is that attorneys can use human decisions to teach the machine, making the relevancy suggestions more accurate over time. Advanced Predictive Coding is also called categorization or automated review.

Five Tips for Saving Money on E-Discovery (Part 1)

Source: Corporate Compliance Update / Author: Daryl E. Shetterly

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