Posted on: September 10, 2013in Case Studies
Predictive Coding as a Strategic Weapon
A large consumer manufacturing company and its outside counsel hired D4 to assist them in defending a false advertising and intellectual property claim from another manufacturer in the same consumer electronics industry.
Our customer and its legal team felt it strategic to meet the existing deadline although the document population increased by a factor of ten. Outside counsel wanted to leverage the completed coding for the initial five custodians; the corporate customer wanted to keep to the original budget. In short: same deadline and budget for ten times the number of documents.
Read how D4's innovative team of experts thought of an outside-of-the-box solution in order to satisfy both parties and placed our client in an advantageous position with the magistrate judge.
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