Oct 8


Losing my server and with it the original DocReviewMD blog posts has given me the opportunity to repost and revisit the posts I have been able to locate and re-issue them.  This was not my favorite post because it was a response to the mud slinging which occurred in da Silva Moore.  My original draft posting never saw the light of day.  To put it mildly, I was incensed at the personal attacks made in this case which time has shown were highly ineffective.  There is no vendor conspiracy in this field.  Judges who offer their time to educate are doing just that, educating.  Education remains the biggest challenge in the advancement of document review and that is why we launched the Predictive Coding Thought Leadership Series which has the involvement of many judges who are all freely donating their time to help educate lawyers on their reaction to new technology like predictive coding.  Enjoy…. Read More

Oct 8

Originally posted on March 27, 2012

When a server crashed and I lost my many of my original blog posts, it gave me the opportunity to update the DocReviewMD posts and look back.  Sorry to say, I have been unable to locate the first da Silva Moore blog post but I will keep looking.  Today that case continues to grow and has become a battle between experts.  In essence it is a train wreck.  But this is no surprise as it is the first case using predictive coding and there are many issues surrounding the use of these tools which we are still figuring out.  That is the basis of the 2013 Predictive Coding Thought Leadership Series I have been touring the country with in 2013.  But it is fun to look at the back catalogue on what we were saying back in early 2012 about these tools.  Enjoy….. Read More

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