Posts Tagged ‘predictive coding’

Analysis of Important New Case on Predictive Coding by a Rising New Judicial Star: “Winfield v. City of New York”

Analysis of Important New Case on Predictive Coding by a Rising New Judicial Star: “Winfield v. City of New York”

Judge Parker’s Order in Winfield v. City of New York (15-CV-05236) resolved a discovery dispute, which, among other things, challenged the Defendant City’s predictive coding process, in other words, it’s machine learning search.


Counsel On Call Acquires DSicovery, LLC

Counsel On Call Acquires DSicovery, LLC

Counsel On Call, a leading alternative legal solutions provider of technology-enabled managed legal and secondment services, has acquired DSicovery, LLC (“DSi”), a renowned eDiscovery, digital forensics and data management company.


This PIG – Predictive Information Governance – Is Starting to Fly

This PIG – Predictive Information Governance – Is Starting to Fly

As the name implies, unsupervised machine learning – computers teaching themselves – removes the human factor. And once the error rates are low enough, truly automated predictive information governance is realized. The system can now automatically collect, categorize, store, protect, safeguard access, and apply retention/disposal rules.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Dachau to Data Privacy

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Dachau to Data Privacy

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Importance of Vacations Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Importance of Vacations Edition

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Predictive Coding and the Stop Decision

Predictive Coding and the Stop Decision

The stop decision is the most difficult decision in predictive coding. The decision must be made in all types of predictive coding methods, not just our Predictive Coding 4.0.


Confirming Recall Adequacy With Unbiased Multi-Stage Acceptance Testing

Confirming Recall Adequacy With Unbiased Multi-Stage Acceptance Testing

This paper by Bill Dimm of Hot Neuron proposes a multi-stage acceptance testing procedure that avoids bias and actually works in practice. The amount of document review required with the new method depends on the level of recall actually achieved.


The Negative Consequences of ‘Da SIlva Moore’

The Negative Consequences of ‘Da SIlva Moore’

Predictive coding methods have come a long way since Judge Peck first approved predictive coding in our Da Silva Moore case. This failure to move on past the Predictive Coding 1.0 methods of Da Silva Moore, is, I suspect, one of the major reasons that predictive coding has never really caught on. In fact, the most successful document review software developers since 2012 have ignored predictive coding altogether.


Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Published in the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology, the paper Calling an End to Culling: Predictive Coding and the New Federal Rules of Civil Procedure by Stephanie Serhan provides cogent considerations and conclusions as to the of use predictive coding and the timing of that use in relation to keyword culling.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for June 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for June 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Ask Catalyst: A User’s Guide to TAR (For Smart People)

Ask Catalyst: A User's Guide to TAR (For Smart People)

Ask Catalyst: A User’s Guide to TAR provides a cogent overview of the effective use of TAR 2.0 in litigation and investigations. It is loaded with practical advice for practitioners at all levels about how this great technology can save time, money and effort.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Ethics, Fights, and Business Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: Ethics, Fights, and Business Edition

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for May 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for May 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Privacy to Peril

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From Privacy to Peril

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for April 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for April 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


From Free to Fee: A Short List of eDiscovery Educational Resources

From Free to Fee: A Short List of eDiscovery Educational Resources

Provided to help data and legal discovery professionals as they learn, understand and grow in their knowledge of eDiscovery, the following short listing of comprehensive, program-based educational resources is shared for your consideration.


An Educational Update: e-Discovery Team Legal Training Program from Ralph Losey

An Educational Update: e-Discovery Team Legal Training Program from Ralph Losey

The e-Discovery Team’s Legal Training Program is a comprehensive electronic discovery educational program that has been designed by lawyers for lawyers, paralegals, and law students. It is now available for free as a service to anyone interested in electronic discovery.


An Educational Update: Technology Assisted Review Course from Ralph Losey (e-Discovery Team)

An Educational Update: Technology Assisted Review Course from Ralph Losey (e-Discovery Team)

This is the e-Discovery Team’s training course on how to do TAR (Technology Assisted Review). What TAR really means is electronic document review enhanced by active machine learning, a type of specialized Artificial Intelligence. Our method of AI-enhanced document review is called Hybrid Multimodal IST Predictive Coding 4.0. The Course is composed of sixteen classes.


Judge Peck: Follow the Rules when Objecting to Requests for Production

Judge Peck: Follow the Rules when Objecting to Requests for Production

The December 1, 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are now
15 months old. It is time for all counsel to learn the now-current Rules and update their “form” files. From now on in cases before this Court, any discovery response that does not comply with Rule 34’s requirement to state objections with specificity (and to clearly indicate whether responsive material is being withheld on the basis of objection) will be deemed a waiver of all objections (except as to
privilege).


e-Discovery Team’s 2016 TREC Report

e-Discovery Team’s 2016 TREC Report

One of the core purposes of all of the Tracks is to demonstrate the robustness of core retrieval technology. Moreover, one of the primary goals of TREC is: [T]o speed the transfer of technology from research labs into commercial products by demonstrating substantial improvements in retrieval methodologies on real-world problems.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for March 2017

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery for March 2017

This edition of the newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From AI to GDPR Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: From AI to GDPR Edition

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: eDiscovery Strategy Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: eDiscovery Strategy Edition

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.


Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: eDiscovery Survey Edition

Five Great Reads on Information Governance and eDiscovery: eDiscovery Survey Edition

This week’s newsletter highlights five key posts on information governance and electronic discovery that are presented to inform and update legal and information technology professionals.