FTI Consulting, Huron Legal Offer Predictive Coding
October is proving to be a busy month for predictive coding in the e-discovery industry. On the heels of Daegis and Exterro announcing PC offerings, two more e-discovery vendors have entered the fray.
International business and legal advisory firm FTI Consulting, Inc., announced the launch of a new Predictive Discovery service by its technology practice group, reports Sean Doherty. The new service promises to reduce review time and cost as well as unite people and processes with predictive coding software — familiar language to anyone watching technology-assisted review products. Doherty spoke with Joe Looby, senior managing director in FTI's technology practice, to see what sets FTI's Predictive Discovery apart from other offerings.
A new predictive coding service based on technology licensed from PureDiscovery Corp. will be announced by Huron Legal on October 30, Evan Koblentz reports. Huron's offering harnesses a technology PureDiscovery launched in June called BrainSpace Tagging, which differs from other predictive coding services in its approach to validation — it uses non-random rather than random sampling, according to officials at Huron. The Huron service's sampling process will reject a document batch if any items at all fail its validation test.
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