Technology Assisted Review (TAR) / Predictive Coding — New Decision

Thanks to Hon. (Ret.)  Andrew J. Peck, now Senior Counsel at DLA Piper, I just learned of a hot-off-the-presses (yesterday) Technology Assisted Review decision by the Utah federal district court.

For a quote from, and link to, the Entrata decision, check out the recent

Hi all.    Exterro has recently published what looks like a fine overview of the eDiscovery process, “The Basics of E-Discovery Guide.”  It describes a wide range of topics in easily digestible chunks.

Sprinkled throughout are quotes from various folks in the eDiscovery field.  Yours truly is one of those people.  My snippet is

Just a quick note to remind (?or first-mind?) everyone that this site’s Resources page is an ever-expanding universe.

Some highlights of recent additions and changes include:

  • Brand new eSignatures Bibliography posted on 9/11/13
  • New/replacement Records-Retention slide deck from

Introduction to eDiscovery’s eVolution – Past, Present and Future

Three segments of the 1940 Walt Disney classic Fantasia correspond with the three historical phases business information and civil litigation discovery have undergone in the past three-quarters of a century.  Fantasia, an iconic combination of a set of Disney-animated vignettes each set to a well