Predictive coding is on a meteoric rise given its significant potential economic benefits and the beginnings of judicial imprimatur (see for instance Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Group, S.A. and Global Aerospace Inc. v. Landow Aviation).

Although research shows that predictive coding typically yields more accurate results than the so-called “gold standard” of manual review, counsel need to be comfortable using it, which means confirming to their own satisfaction that a document production is complete.

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