Remember the days of showing up to court with a briefcase and presenting the two or three key documents you found after long nights of reading notes by hand? Perhaps those days are still around … but they shouldn’t be, say some influential federal judges.

“I think there’s just too much data to try and do it the old fashioned way,” says the Hon. Andrew J. Peck of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York in an interview with Legaltech News. “That’s whether you’re talking really old fashioned with eyes-on-everything for review, or the still-old fashioned in my view use of keywords.”
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