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Bringing e-discovery inside: 12 tips for in-house counsel

Nexidia Audio-Video Search Gets Bulk Tagging, Redaction, More Speed

Predictive Coding Based Legal Methods for Search and Review

* Rand Corporation endorses the use of predictive coding

* Peck, Parties and Predictive Coding (2012) Combined PDF of Key Documents Highlighting Judicial Consideration of Predictive Coding through the Lens of Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe & MSL Group, No. 11 Civ. 1279 (ALC) (AJP) (S.D.N.Y).

* Reducing the Risk of Post-Merger Discovery Surprises in M&A

* Training of Predictive Coding Systems Fosters Debate

* Da Silva Moore Plaintiffs Slash and Burn their Way Through eDiscovery 

* 3rd Circuit Slashes $360,000 in Recovered EDD Costs in 'Race Tires'

* The Risks and Rewards of 'Big Data' for In-House Counsel

* US District Judge puts damper on Peck’s ‘predictive coding’ ruling, giving plaintiffs another try

* Eastern District of Texas Issues Model Order for Patent E-Discovery

* Lessons Learned From Predictive Coding in 'Da Silva Moore'

* OrcaTec reinvents eDiscovery from data collection through production

* N.Y. Panel Adopts 'Zubulake' on Bearing Costs in Discovery

* Core Concepts of New ESI Guidelines for Criminal Law

Judge Peck Issues Opinion on Computer-Assisted Review

* Federal Judges Consider Important Issues That Could Shape the Future of Predictive Coding Technology

DOJ Lays Down the Law on Criminal E-Discovery Protocols

* Electronic Discovery Institute

* Electronic Discovery Complicates Denver Attorneys’ Cases

* Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute

* Hope for Reversing Commoditization of Document Review? By Robert W. Trenchard and Steven Berrent

* Judges' Guide to Cost Effective e-discovery By Anne Kershaw and Joe Howie

* Mandating Reasonableness in a reasonable inquiry By Patrick Oot, Anne Kershaw, and Herbert Roitblat

* Document Categorization in Legal Electronic Discovery: Computer Classification vs. Manual Review by Herbert Roitblat, Anne Kershaw, & Patrick Oot

* In-House Approach: Corporate Lawyers Say E-Discovery Software, Savings Are There