Tagged with: Predictive Analytics
25 Predictive Coding and Analytics Definitions for eDiscovery
The identification, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI) has brought about a revolution in discovery, mainly because of the sheer volume of information that must be addressed. The first time a legal team used software to view images of scanned documents, technology was simply assisting the team's...
What Predictive Coding Court Rulings Can Teach Us
Given the efficiencies and benefits of predictive analytics – it’s no surprise that it has been getting a lot of press over the past few years. Yet, there are relatively few cases where the case law explicitly references predictive analytics. Judge Andrew Peck has been an important influence in advocating for...
Find Important Documents in Opposing Counsel Productions with Analytics
The benefits of using predictive coding and Technology Assisted Review (Predictive Analytics) are well documented and understood. Most of the focus thus far has been on applying the technology for outbound document review as a part to reduce burden and costs. However, there are always at least two sides to...
Guide to Using Analytics Technology During Discovery
This guide defines the different analytics tools available and explains which types of cases would be best suited for the application of each technology. This post was originally published in January of 2015 in an effort to bring clarity to the options legal teams have when choosing analytics technology and has...
CAL, TAR and a dash of ESI: Predictive Analytics Acronyms You Need to Know
This post defines common eDiscovery acronyms as well as providing best practices for predictive analytics and SPL, SAL and CAL methods. You might not have ever considered eDiscovery and cooking as something that goes together but they follow similar processes. For eDiscovery, it is critical to follow written protocols for...
Microsoft, Predictive Coding and eDiscovery
This article was originally published on The Daily Record. This post explains the advantages of Microsoft’s acquisition of Equivio and how it can help O365 users leverage advanced analytics to preserve and collect ESI. Last week I travelled to Seattle to attend a Microsoft conference where the company announced up...
Search Terms in eDiscovery: “I’m Not Dead”
This post assesses the role and application of search terms and alternative methods of data reduction during the discovery process. These lines from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” illustrate the persistent debate about the use of search terms in eDiscovery: Collector: Bring out yer dead! Purveyor: Here's one… Dead...
Predictive Analytics: What it is, How it Works and How to Apply it
This post defines predictive analytics, explains how it functions and when it can be applied during discovery to facilitate more efficient workflows. In the previous article we introduced the three different groups of analytics one can apply in discovery; structured, conceptual and predictive analytics. The focus of this article will...
The Three Groups of Discovery Analytics and When to Apply Them
This series defines predictive, structured, and conceptual analytics, and will explain how to efficiently apply each class during discovery. The use of data analytics is everywhere and used by all of us nearly every day. Sometimes we are aware we are using analytics, sometimes we are not – that’s part of t...
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of the Legal Industry
Early-generation Artificial Intelligence is already in the legal space—Bill Gates’ vision for the Microsoft Personal Agent just takes it one step further.LegalTech New York is the bellwether conference for the legal industry. One gets a great sense of “what’s to come” by walking the floor, checking out the...
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Posted November 16, 2017
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Posted November 10, 2017
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Posted November 02, 2017
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Posted October 27, 2017
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Posted October 26, 2017
Despite Clawback, Defendant’s Reckless Abandon of Rule 502 Bites Back
Posted October 20, 2017
How to Use the eDiscovery PST Export Tool in Office 365 E3
Posted October 12, 2017
Recent eDiscovery Cases for Mobile Phones and Social Media
Posted October 05, 2017
Raising Objections to the Format of ESI Productions: Do it Early and Do it Clearly
Posted September 27, 2017
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Posted September 22, 2017
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