Ediscovery Feature

Describes a feature of the Everlaw ediscovery platform.

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redact spreadsheet

Everlaw’s document review platform was already powerful when it came to spreadsheets. As an important piece of document and data review, we made certain that spreadsheets could be searched, that foreign language in a cell could be translated, that hidden content would be expanded automatically, and that cell contents—including formulas within cells—could be viewed in
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request spreadsheet discovery

The key discovery in a case is usually a limited number of documents, sometimes just one specific record. The goal of document review is to efficiently find responsive data in a time effective manner. Spreadsheets are often key evidence in a case and can prove crucial information about anything from transfer of money, to safety
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What to Do After an Inadvertent Production: Clawback Requirements of Federal Rule of Evidence 502

The inadvertent production of privileged discovery can be a significant challenge both legally and technically. Was the privilege waived with the inadvertent production? How can the production be technically clawed back? Everlaw’s new production modification tools can update a production to claw back privileged records.  Records that were produced can be replaced with placeholders with
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productions modify

Last week’s release brought an important new feature to the Everlaw platform and we can’t wait to tell you about it. With this release, we’ve taken an already game-changing feature—self-serve productions—and made it even better. We’ve also made some important changes to our homepage, user permissions, and search options, to name a few. Read on
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ediscovery user experience survey

Respect for our users is one of Everlaw’s core values as an organization. As part of this, we use many different mechanisms to listen to our users, but one of our favorites is our annual user survey. The most recent was sent this past May. Hundreds of users completed the survey, making it one of
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Instead of Fighting About Discovery, Set up First and Second Pass Review to Produce Responsive ESI

Reviewing electronically stored information (“ESI”) for productions should be a streamlined process to identify responsive information. Parties often find new and exciting ways to derail document review. Consider the employment discrimination case of Bird v. Wells Fargo Bank, where the Defendant took the following positions: It would take 6-8 weeks for it to collect the
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