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E-Discovery: Cutting costs with predictive coding

Companies should explore new software to reduce time and money spent on e-discovery.

The cost of e-discovery is forcing good companies to settle bad cases—but not for long. If your litigation budget had ears, “predictive coding” would be music to them.

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So, why isn’t anyone using predictive coding yet?

No one wants to be the guinea pig. To date, no court has evaluated (or endorsed) the use of predictive coding.


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Steven Hunter

Steven V. Hunter, Esq. is a partner in the Chicago office of Quarles & Brady LLP where he specializes in business litigation.

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