“Predictive coding” is a technology that is frequently suggested as a way to empower attorneys to focus their time on electronically stored information ("ESI") that is relevant to the claims and defenses of their case, from the investigation stage of a lawsuit to responding to discovery requests. What is sometimes mysterious to those receiving these suggestions, however, is how predictive coding actually works or how it can be used effectively in a case.
This white paper will provide:
- An overview of predictive coding
- Information on how predictive coding works in Everlaw
- Judicial opinions on predictive coding
- Strategies to tactically use predictive coding in litigation
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