Predictive Coding Becoming a Legal Footnote

24 March 2014 National Law Journal Publication

National Law Journal

Associate Adam Losey authored an article for the National Law Journal published on March 24, 2014, titled, “Predictive Coding Becoming a Legal Footnote.” The article discussed how judges are treating predictive coding as the new norm in identifying documents within a collection that are relevant or privileged, despite the fact the technique was initially controversial.

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