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Will computers replace lawyers in document review?

, The American Lawyer

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Automated e-discoveryis suddenly hot. Just witness the frenzy of sniping among competitors when Recommind, Inc., announced in June that it had received a patent for the predictive coding automated e-discovery process used in its product, Axcelerate On-Demand. Rivals Equivio Inc. and OrcaTec LLC immediately fired back that the Recommind patent only covered a narrow process and that their products fell outside the scope of Recommind's claims.

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