This just in: yesterday, the Second Circuit rejected the Plaintiff’s request for a writ of mandamus recusing Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck from the landmark predictive coding case Da Silva Moore v. Publicis Groupe SA. In a very short opinion, the Court found that  

Petitioners have not “clearly and indisputably demonstrate[d] that [Magistrate Judge Peck] abused [his] discretion” in denying their district court recusal motion… or that the district court erred in overruling their objection to that decision. (internal citations omitted)

This vindicates Judge Peck’s and Judge Carter’s opinions on the recusal issue.