Predictive Coding is Officially Approved in First English Case: eDiscovery Case Law
By Doug Austin
Last month, in Pyrrho Investments Ltd v MWB Property Ltd  EWHC 256 (Ch), citing the landmark DaSilva Moore case (among other authorities), Master Matthews approved the use of predictive coding, due to the “enormous” expense of manually searching through the three million electronic documents associated with the case. This is the believed to be the first time an English court has approved the use of predictive coding.
In this case, the parties, through several rounds of…