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FTI Technology Survey Reveals Perspectives on Predictive Coding

FTI TECHNOLOGY SURVEY REVEALS PERSPECTIVES ON PREDICTIVE CODING TOP REASONS SURVEY RESPONDENTS 2012 FTI PREDICTIVE CODING SURVEY RESPONDENTS TOP REASONS SURVEY RESPONDENTS WOULD USE PREDICTIVE CODING WOULD NOT USE PREDICTIVE CODING 54% 46% CORPORATIONS LAW FIRMS ALL FORTUNE 1000 ALL AM LAW 200 24 Prioritize documents to be reviewed by humans It is a "Black Box" technology ATTORNEYS 38% 27% of corporations had over 1,000 matters in 2011 did not know if predictive coding reduced their discovery expenses Cost-effectively eliminate irrelevant documents It is not well-suited for investigations or finding the "needle in the haystack" 67% 54% 3 3 21% Test the results of human review to of survey respondents have already used predictive coding Fear of inadvertent productions of survey respondents think experts are needed to run predictive coding software of survey respondents think predictive coding will make legal review more complex ensure accuracy of coding decisions 4 4 100% of respondents are paying attention to Da Silva Moore and Kleen matters >42% of respondents said the Da Silva Moore and Kleen rulings won't impact their use of predictive coding Respondents do not want to be early adopters Find more responsive documents Survey conducted on behalf of ETI Technology by Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Associates, April - May, 2012. For a full copy of the survey results and whitepaper, please visit CONSULTING

FTI Technology Survey Reveals Perspectives on Predictive Coding

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0 comments The following infographic summarizes the findings of an FTI Technology commissioned survey of law firm leaders and senior corporate coun...


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