Five Cases Made for a Momentous Year in Predictive Coding

28 January 2013 The National Law Journal Publication

The National Law Journal

Associate Pooja Nair and West Coast Regional Manager for the Litigation Support Group Leslie Nash Tookey authored an article that appeared in The National Law Journal on January 28, 2013 titled “Five cases made for a momentous year in predictive coding.” The authors examine five cases that first directly addressed the use of predictive coding in discovery practice in 2012, noting that the progress of these cases in 2013 may potentially determine if predictive coding will soon be seen as an established discovery tool with statistically defensible results.


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