Technology

Unlocking the e-discovery TAR blackbox

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Vol. 102 No. 2 | Rights That Made The World Right

EDRM at Duke Law has published a proposed set of e-discovery guidelines that explain technology assisted review (TAR), also known as predictive coding and computer assisted review, and is now […]

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The Public Domain: A Grand Reopening

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Vol. 103 No. 1 | Navigating Rough Seas

In 2019, for the first time in 20 years, a trove of creative works published in 1923 entered the U.S. public domain. Why the hiatus? These works were set to […]

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Protecting Electronic Privacy

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Vol. 103 No. 1 | Navigating Rough Seas

Carpenter v. United States, decided by the Supreme Court in June 2018, is one of the most important decisions applying the Fourth Amendment to the technology of the 21st century.[1] […]

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10 Things Judges Should Know About AI

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Vol. 103 No. 1 | Navigating Rough Seas

With recent and dramatic advances in the capacities of machine learning, we are now beginning to see artificial intelligence (AI) tools come into their own. This matters for our judiciary, not […]

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Cross Border Security

Overseas Obligations: An Update on Cross-Border Discovery

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Vol. 103 No. 1 | Navigating Rough Seas

An article published in the Winter 2016 edition of Judicature provided an overview of case law and approaches for handling cross-border discovery in litigation. Since then, there have been some […]

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Why Can’t I Just Review it in Outlook?

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Vol. 102 No. 1 | Forensic Fail

Email is pervasive in discovery. But using familiar tools for document review is a bad idea. Here’s why. Even in the smallest cases these days, electronic data — especially email […]

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Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics: The New Settlement Tools

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

By protecting the right to a jury, the state and federal constitutions recognize the fundamental value of having civil and criminal disputes resolved by laypersons. Actual trials, however, are relatively […]

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Data Validation: A crucial step toward controlling and understanding your data

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

We all know the volume of data in litigation — particularly email data — continues to grow rapidly, with no sign of abating. That growth is forcing litigants to come […]

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Cell Phones in Court: Court cell phone policies attempt to balance risks with litigants’ needs

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

A resolution adopted by the Conference of Chief Justices and Conference of State Court Administrators in August 2018 (Resolution 7) encourages courts to carefully review and assess their policies for […]

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David F. Levi

From The Publisher

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Vol. 102 No. 3 | Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics

The cover of this edition of Judicature highlights an article, “Crowdsourcing and Data Analytics: The New Settlement Tools,” that proposes a novel use of technology for reducing the time and […]

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