2018

Fist-bumping on the Path to Victory

Being located on the same side of the Bay as the Golden State Warriors, we know a little bit about winning sports teams. And we’ve observed that great teams high-five each other, a lot. Since we already have some great athletes in the company (and we like to think of ourselves as the Warriors of
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Everlaw Expands into New Global HQ

The new office will help us accommodate all the new team members we’ve added. When we raised our Series B in June, we committed to hiring at least 75 team members in the next year. We’re over a third of our way toward that goal, with major new additions in marketing, sales, and engineering. All
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predictive coding

Seemingly minor inconveniences can make the process of orchestrating an entire document review team challenging. Decisions about what degree of precision is appropriate for predictive coding, turning a corpus of reviewed documents into a cohesive trial outline, and communicating seamlessly with a review team about logistical hurdles can become major snags in an already challenging
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Ediscovery big data

Creating precise searches to narrow down a massive trove of documents into a corpus of evidence is a process essential to litigation. And we’re passionate about enabling people to investigate complex issues thoroughly and quickly, whether they’re first-time users of our product or power users. So we dedicated our last two releases on core search
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A Venti Request for Production

For a double shot lesson in drafting narrowly tailored discovery requests and proportionality, look no further than a putative class action lawsuit against Starbucks with allegations of violating the Fair Credit Reporting Act.1 The case below provides lessons in how to draft discovery requests that seek the desired information and are proportional to the merits
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The Sun Shines on Discoverable Data: Collecting and Transcribing Audio Files Amidst an Explosion of Data Forms

Data in a lawsuit is increasingly taking on vastly different forms. As our CEO AJ Shankar was recently quoted, “Lawyers need [great software] more than ever. They’re managing an explosion of data in litigation—not just email, but text messages, instant messages, social media, and corporate messaging tools like Slack.” Issues arising from data diversity unfold
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Responding to Overly Broad Discovery Requests with Document Searches

Parties requesting email frequently ask for “all” relevant emails. Litigants certainly want all relevant email messages, but “all” could result in hours, days, or weeks of document review. Proportionality should narrow what is produced to a requesting party to what is actually at issue in the lawsuit. In an employment case with allegations of a
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