Megan Scheiderer

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A seasoned litigator of business and employment disputes in jurisdictions across the nation, Megan champions practicality in discovery as she co-leads the firm’s innovative eDiscovery Solutions team. A significant portion of Megan’s solutions are offered before litigation even hits, when she counsels clients on corporate information governance decisions and internal processes, bringing corporate, IT and legal departments to the table together.

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This past May marked the three-year anniversary (Cheers!) of Judge Andrew Peck’s Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe et al, S.D. New York, 11-1279, 2-24-2012 opinion, widely cited as the first case ruling to endorse the use of predictive coding or “technology-assisted review” (TAR) as a discovery tool. TAR is the process of training a computer system to make decisions about the responsiveness of a document that would otherwise be reviewed and coded by a…
I write this post on the three-year anniversary (Cheers!) of Judge Andrew Peck’s Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe et al, S.D. New York, 11-1279, 2-24-2012 opinion, widely cited as the first case ruling to endorse the use of predictive coding or “technology-assisted review” (TAR) as a discovery tool. TAR is the process of training a computer system to make decisions about the responsiveness of a document that would otherwise be reviewed and coded by…