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Disclosure of Document Review Methodology – Should You or Shouldn’t You?

In a recent article in the New York Law Journal, Robert W. Trenchard and Steven Berrent examine an important question facing litigants in discovery:  If the litigant decides to rely on “novel”

One Size Doesn’t Fit All in Predictive Coding

Predictive Coding in the Legal Discovery Process In the last several months, predictive coding technology has evolved from a fanciful presentation topic for legal conferences and industry events to

Financial Services Industry Weighs Rewards, Risk of Automated Review

As Jim Wagner and Matt Miller have discussed in recent blogs, the word on the street is that the age of automation has arrived for document review. This presents unique challenges for the financial

2012 Prediction: Predictive Coding Arrives, Ready or Not

E-Discovery and Predictive Coding The field of legal technology, and e-discovery in particular, is interesting. There’s a sentiment that the “favorite technology” changes every three to five

Proposed Utah Rules May Be New Model for Discovery Standards

If Utah has a claim to fame, it is probably not for being the hotbed of legal innovation. That may be changing.  With its recent revisions to Utah Rule of Civil Procedure 26, Utah joined a growing