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Judge Peck’s Latest “Wake-Up Call”

Time to Stop Dreaming about Boilerplate Objections – Answer Judge Peck’s Latest “Wake-Up Call” Magistrate Judge Peck doesn't hesitate to roust lawyers who are sleeping through their

TAR Caselaw Update

TAR Caselaw Update: Out West and Down Under Here on the DiscoverReady blog, we report periodically on significant developments in the case law regarding the use of Technology Assisted Review (TAR)

Magistrate Judge Peck Encourages Litigants – But Won’t Force Them – to Use TAR

"A decisive 'NO.'" That’s Magistrate Judge Peck's answer to the question of whether a party may be forced to use technology assisted review to locate responsive documents when it preferred to use

“Predictive Coding Must Be the Way Forward” – So Says the UK High Court of Justice

Back in March we reported on Pyrrho Investments Ltd. v. MWB Property Ltd., the first order by a British court approving the use of the use of technology assisted review (TAR) for litigation

Technology Assisted Review (TAR) Across the Atlantic: UK Court Approves the Use of TAR for Electronic Disclosures

A British court has now joined courts in the United States—and one in Ireland—by approving the use of technology assisted review (TAR) in litigation. On February 16, 2016, in the matter Pyrrho

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