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May 02, 2012

Predictive Coding Takes: the Court and the Market

PredictiveResponses to Andrew Carters' recent affirmation of Judge Peck's decision authorizing the use of predictive coding in da Silva Moore continue to roll in.

For more opinions from legal practitioners and industry veterans on what this all means for legal technology, read Evan Koblentz' article for LTN online, "Take Two: Reactions to 'Da Silva Moore' Predictive Coding Order."

In the midst of all the prognostications about machine learning and the discovery process, New York-based litigation support provider Empire Discovery announced its adoption of OrcaTec's Document Decision Suite, highlighting its predictive coding capabilities. OrcaTec's technology is being put to use in the source of last week's other judge's order involving predictive coding, Global Aerospace.

Read about the OrcaTec deal here.

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