A lot has happened in the six months since our previous blog post on this topic; including a brief mention on 60 Minutes this past Sunday. Although Da Silva Moore was the first case to endorse the use of predictive coding, a more recent federal case (re: Actos (Pioglitazone) Product Liability Litigation (W.D. La July 27, 2012) may…

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Atlanta Association of Legal Administrators’ 24th Annual Business Partner Expo by Tony Rushin As you may remember, the 2011 AALA Business Partner Expo was a Big Hit! This year the Business Partner Expo will be held from 2:00 – 6:00 pm on August 8th at the Cobb Galleria.  Over 150 legal administrators and their guests are…

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by Tony Rushin As discussed in the blog that I wrote on June 8th, it appears that predictive coding is gaining acceptance. Since that time, Law Technology News has reported that Judge Shira Scheindlin, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York , issued another landmark e-discovery decision on July 13, addressing best practices in…

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by Tony Rushin Predictive coding, aka computer-assisted review, is an evolving technology that provides litigants an alternative to the time and cost of manual review of large document sets.  Attorneys select a sample set, or “seed set,” of relevant and irrelevant documents, which are then coded as the baseline for the automated collection and review of…

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by Tony Rushin I’ve held off loading Documents to Go (DTG) on my iPad.  I know Jeff Richardson (iPhoneJD blog) says DTG is, “an essential app for almost every lawyer, especially any lawyer that uses Microsoft Exchange (Outlook) for e-mail.”  However, I never really liked the fact that DTG wasn’t the same as having the…

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