Predictive Coding Round-up

Predictive Coding Round-up

edisclosurePredictive coding and e-disclosure have featured prominently this last week following the recent High Court decision of Pyrrho Investments Ltd v MWB Property Ltd & Ors [2016] EWHC 256 (Ch). If you are looking for a summary of this area of law and analysis of the surrounding technology, let us help you decipher it all.

What does predictive coding mean?

Last year, we posted a blog written by Dominic Tucker (Senior Consultant at Anexsys Ltd) summarising the technology of predictive coding and how it might assist with disclosure. If you’re looking explanation and analysis of the underlying technology, please free to read it here: Predictive coding: Is technology the answer to disclosure? If you want to see just how effective A.I. based solutions can be in solving real problems for the legal industry, read our case study - AI partners: how ours saved us 89 years.

 What does Pyrrho mean for the use of e-disclosure in the UK?

On 7 March we posted an article which outlined the key facts and likely impact of the Pyrrho decision - Growing acceptance by court to embrace new technology: predictive coding in e-disclosure. This article was written by Edward Spencer, the associate at Taylor Wessing who acted in the case and explains how predictive coding was used and considers how it may affect future litigation.

 I just want to read one article. Please.

Over on our sister blog, The Future of Law, our internal technology enthusiast Panicos Iordanou explains it all for you. Read: Pyrrho – why it’s time to start learning about predictive coding.

 Further Information

Subscribers to Lexis®PSL Dispute Resolution can read Dominic Tucker’s full and more in depth analysis of predictive coding the Pyrrho decision here.

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Mark is one of the Dispute Resolution blog’s technical editors. He qualified as a lawyer in Australia and worked in private practice before joining LexisNexis. In addition to contributing to the Dispute Resolution blog, he also writes for a number of LexisNexis blogs, including the Future of Law blog.