Martin Tully, a partner in the firm's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice and Head of the firm's Electronic Discovery and Evidence Practice, will join a panel discussing "Can a Computer Do It Better, Faster, and Cheaper? A Discussion of Predictive Coding" at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 1. The session, presented during the ABA Section of Technology & Science Law's E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee Meeting, will explore whether predictive coding will rein in the cost of e-discovery for litigations with large volumes of ESI and how to train in the use of the tool. U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck, whose ruling in Monique da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe allowed the use of predictive coding, will also be a panelist.
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