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November 09, 2012

Judge Peck's Decision Not to Recuse Himself Upheld

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U.S. District Judge Andrew Carter of the Southern District of New York upheld Magistrate Judge Peck's decision not to recuse himself from the Da Silva Moore, et al. v. Publicis Groupe SA and MSLGroup litigation, Evan Koblentz reports. Plaintiffs had asserted Peck had conflicting interests in the use of predictive coding software due to public statements and appearances favoring the review method.

Read the article on LTN online.

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