The Truth About Predictive Coding: Getting Beyond the Hype

If you’re reading this blog post, chances are you are an e-discovery practitioner, the keywords “predictive coding” caught your eye, you’re cautious about computer-assisted review (CAR), and curious about the constant hype that hangs over this topic.  You’re not alone!  One of the most highly acclaimed sessions at CEIC® 2015 (now Enfuse®) was the session called “The Truth About Predictive Coding: Getting Beyond the Hype.” 

Beyond the hype, this lecture laid out some practical reasons why predictive coding is not catching on faster and is being used in only a minority of cases. It went on to explode some of the myths about practical CAR approaches and how you can leverage the power of analytics and predictive coding today. 

Panel of Experts from Dropbox, Seyfarth Shaw, and the eDisclosure Information Project to Discuss 2015 E-Discovery Survey Results

Collecting data from cloud repositories, a myriad of mobile devices, and social media artifacts is challenging enough for most corporate counsel. Add the possibility of a data breach and resulting litigation, and the situation calls for the sharing of emerging best practices. Our 2015 E-Discovery Survey uncovered some valuable results, and you’re invited to hear our panel of e-discovery and security experts discuss them.

New Research: In-House Legal Teams Reveal Top Trends in E-Discovery

We're happy to be publishing the results of the 2015 Guidance Software Second Annual E-Discovery Survey.  Responded to by nearly 100 people from in-house legal departments and e-discovery service providers this survey shows some key trends with e-discovery teams, such as:

Heavy Hitters On Board to Share Unique E-Discovery and Legal Insights at CEIC 2015

If you come to CEIC every year to hear from the industry’s movers and shakers in the legal realm, you're in for a treat this year at CEIC in Las Vegas, May 18 – 22. We’ve secured big talent and big topics in the track called E-Discovery: Legal Issues, Technical Challenges and Solutions, including legal issues related to data breaches and information governance.

P&G E-Discovery Manager Outlines How to Streamline In-House E-Discovery

One of the high points of our 2014 Guidance Software E-Discovery webinar series was when Scott Van Nice, E-Discovery Manager for Procter and Gamble (P&G), outlined his process for enabling P&G to revamp their e-discovery model, reducing their e-discovery spend by fifty percent in the first eight months and compressing a four-to-six-week case start-up schedule to just two days.

Now there’s even better news, which is that e-discovery veteran Scott Van Nice has documented this knowledge in a new case study that explores in more detail how Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest consumer goods company, tackled a hefty in-house e-discovery process and now supports e-discovery for the company with a lean team of two.