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By John Reikes

As an ediscovery specialist, if you have not yet become acquainted with predictive coding – carpe diem – there is no shortage of information to get you caught up. If you are already an avid predictive coding user, now is the time to hone your methods. A New Approach: Ei-Recall Astute legal teams seek ways […]

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By Eric Robinson

Conducting an effective and efficient legal document review requires a hybrid of rocket science, brain chemistry and hot coffee. With ediscovery technology and best practices constantly evolving, if your document review practices haven’t changed in the last five years, you are likely wasting time and money for your organization and/or your client. To ensure your […]

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By Thought Leadership Team

Pure Speculation is Not Enough for Sanctions                                                       Advantor Systems Corp. v. DRS Technical Services, Inc., 2015 WL 403308 (M.D. Fl. Jan. 28, 2015). Court Refuses to Impose Sanctions […]

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