Ever-evolving and constantly growing, electronic discovery presents a variety of challenges for litigators.
In the first case to approve the use of predictive coding over a party’s objection, a Virginia state court judge has signed off on the defense’s computer-assisted review results.
Published: February 19, 2013
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Lawyers USA reports on items of interest to solos and small firm attorneys from the annual LegalTech conference, including software that can predict where a case will settle.
Less than one year after a federal court judge issued a seminal electronic discovery decision blessing the use of computer-assisted review, the technology is already appearing in courts across the country.
U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew J. Peck of the Southern District of New York made headlines earlier this year when he became the first to issue a reported opinion in support of computer-assisted coding and review for electronic discovery.