Case update on use of Predictive Coding software in e-Discovery

In an ever-increasing number of cases, courts have seen fit to order the use of predictive coding software to determine the relevance of documents to be disclosed in cases involving high-volume eDiscovery in lieu of manual review by counsel.  In the attached paperAlexander DC Kask analyzes case law regarding this topic since the 2012 US Federal Court ruling in Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe SA.

Alexander D.C. Kask

Alexander D.C. Kask is a partner with Guild Yule LLP and practices in the areas of professional liability, health law, municipal law, insurance law, product liability, administrative law, and personal injury litigation. Read full biography