Federal court decision advances use of computer-assisted review

03/16/2012 | Applied Discovery

A decision by U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck gave the green light to use of predictive coding in e-discovery. Computer-assisted document review is superior to other methods, including manual review, in some cases, Peck wrote. His decision lays out several factors that judges may consider to determine when the approach is appropriate. Among the most important is cooperation between parties and agreement on how computer-assisted review can be used.

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