Nod to Predictive Coding in 'Da Silva Moore' Stirs Caution, Excitement

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This article discusses Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's predictive coding order in the potentially historic labor law case of Monique da Silva Moore, et al. v. Publicis Group SA, et al, in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Littler attorney Paul Weiner provides commentary on the case, stating, "In affirming Judge Peck, Judge Carter specifically noted, 'There is simply no review tool that guarantees perfection. 'It is important not to overlook this aspect of the decision, as requesting parties—especially those that themselves claim to not have a lot of data, like plaintiffs in labor and employment disputes like da Silva Moore—often start their analysis of preservation, search and production standards as one of perfection.”

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