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Analysis of Important New Case on Predictive Coding by a Rising New Judicial Star: “Winfield v. City of New York”
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
There is an important new predictive coding opinion in the SDNY by a new judge in town. Winfield, Stewart, Noel v. City of New York, Case no. 15-CV-05236, 2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 194413 (S.D.N.Y., Nov. 27, 2017). The opinion is by United States Magistrate Judge Katharine H. Parker. I have carefully…
Driving cognizance on corruption risks through greater enforcement – Int’l Anti-Corruption Day 2017
Originally posted on Forensic Diaries: A Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services Blog:
Increased global trade, foreign direct investment, greater economic potential, large consumer base, young working population, strong domestic consumption and fluctuations in the US dollar have led to improvements in the performance of emerging markets, including India. These markets offer attractive investment opportunities with …
Tom O’Connor Speaking at the San Diego ESI Forum On Dec. 14th
Originally posted on Techno Gumbo:
? Friends and Colleagues, ? Here’s a link to the flyer for the December MCLE event in our 2017 series. We are honored once again to present Tom O’Connor, the nationally-known authority on issues that we all face. He’s even been accused of being a “thought leader”! He publishes regularly on…
Imaging Locked Motorola Devices Via Bootloader Exploit
Originally posted on Forensic Focus - Articles:
Last-generation Android devices are gradually getting more secure, even approaching iOS-grade security in some usage scenarios. Equipped with fingerprint readers and compulsory encryption of the data partition, Android smartphones became a much tougher acquisition target compared to just a couple of years ago. In this world of increasing…
WHY I LOVE PREDICTIVE CODING: Making Document Review Fun Again with Mr. EDR and Predictive Coding 4.0
Originally posted on e-Discovery Team ®:
Many lawyers and technologists like predictive coding and recommend it to their colleagues. They have good reasons. It has worked for them. It has allowed them to do e-discovery reviews in an effective, cost efficient manner, especially the big projects. That is true for me too, but that is not why I love predictive coding.…

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