Predictive Coding And Judicial Advocacy
August 21, 2012 | New York Law Journal
This article discusses Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe, a case in which the parties are using predictive coding to aid in ediscovery. In a recent decision in that matter, the Magistrate Judge declined to recuse himself notwithstanding his public advocacy of predictive coding. His decision explores the interesting issue of whether a judge’s strongly held and publicly expressed views on an aspect of litigation should be grounds for disqualification.
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