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October 03, 2009


Peck Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, who serves on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, has been quite active in drafting e-discovery rulings, such as March's William A. Gross Construction Associates, Inc. v. American Manufacturers Mutual Insurance Co. and Anti-Monopoly, Inc. v. Hasbro, Inc. -- both establishing important guidance for the creation keywords for searching electronically stored information. (See here, here, and here.)

But did you know that Peck also has written a reference book on all things Sherlock Holmes? Or that he drives to work (unusual for a Manhattanite). And you probably won't be surprised to see that he and I share the same favorite website. After all, he lives in New York City!

Check it out here in the October issue of Law Technology News.


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Monica you're one of the most well informed professionals in this business; I'm wondering as I continue to read about Andrew Peck defining rules for key words, which at this point in time is ridiculous given the advancements in search.

Last week I saw a demo of a NLP Search technology that I could not believe existed and can not believe it's not everywhere.

Why don't I ever hear about Cognition Technologies?

It's odd-is everyone still to invested in huge amounts of data to review? Because if not this is the soluion.

I look forward to hearing more about Cognition.

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