Ethics Matters

Predictive Coding, E-Discovery And Me

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Any casual reader of legal blogs and other news sources is aware of the many discussions, decisions, warnings and products that are addressing the brave new world of electronic document review. I used to ignore it all because I thought it was only relevant to big firms, mega cases, and document-heavy litigation such as class actions, patent and trademark litigation and other matters where kernels of evidence are to be found (or hidden) in great masses of irrelevant data.

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