Atlanta partner and E-Discovery Practice Leader Ronni Solomon, Discovery Center senior staff attorneys Ed Logan and Jennifer Mencken, and Discovery Center Director of e-Discovery Project Management and Client Services Rose Jones have co-authored a chapter in the book “Perspectives on Predictive Coding and Other Advanced Search Methods for the Legal Practitioner,” published by the American Bar Association. The chapter is titled, “Predictive Coding From the Defense Perspective: Issues and Challenges.” Here’s a synopsis of the book:
Reliance on manual and keyword search methods alone is increasingly seen as inadequate for searching large volumes of information. There are concerns about the accuracy and efficiency of these methods, especially as compared with more advanced search techniques. This book provides a set of perspectives on predictive coding and other advanced search techniques, as they are used today by lawyers in pursuit of e-discovery, in investigations, and in other legal contexts, such as information governance.
More information can be found here.