Predictive Coding — Cost Savings If Investment Is Made

Law360, New York (April 05, 2012, 1:00 PM ET) -- For parties facing large complex litigation, the use of computer-assisted review — or “predictive coding” — may present new opportunities to reduce the significant costs associated with modern electronic discovery. Predictive coding is a generic term for a computer program that uses sophisticated algorithms to sample and “predict” the relevancy of electronically stored information culled from potentially responsive documents. When done properly, the result can be more accurate than a purely manual review of an ever-expanding amount of data (typically for only a few shreds of...
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