On Feb. 8, Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck conducted a status conference regarding the discovery protocol in Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, including a detailed discussion on the appropriate use of technology-assisted review. During the conference, Peck opined, “It certainly works better than most of the alternatives, if not all...
While keyword searches for Google purposes, online shopping and even legal research are safely ensconced in the public consciousness, the use of keywords in e-discovery is drawing considerable fire from a range of opponents. As we enter 2012, keyword search is officially under siege.
The hottest development in the electronically stored information (ESI) world is predictive coding. It is a promising tool that, in non-technical terms, can automatically tag or designate documents.