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August 22, 2012

'Kleen' Comes Clean From Predictive Coding

Code_road_400Plaintiffs in Kleen Products v. Packaging Corp. had sought to force defendants to employ predictive coding technology to ensure the accuracy of document production. Now, in the filing of a stipulation of the parties and an order signed by Judge Nan Nolan, plaintiffs have agreed that keywords can be used to search for documents relevant in electronically stored information collected before October 1, 2013, writes Sean Doherty.

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