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Who Loves a Good Keyboard Shortcut? We Do!

In last Friday’s release, we introduced significant improvements to search efficiency, including keyboard shortcuts, easily discoverable metadata search terms, and changes to the results table! Search usability: Keyboard shortcuts We’re always striving to build the fastest and most intuitive search tool in the industry, and we know that many users prefer using a keyboard to
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Everlaw for Journalists: One Year Later

Two years ago, we noticed a trend in the news. More and more of the most important stories originated in information that reporters were pulling from email and other electronic records. To bring stories like the Panama Papers to light, investigative reporting teams were digging through literally millions of documents to find the ones that
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Ediscovery buyers guide

At last month’s CLOC conference, Everlaw’s VP of Business Development Jon Kerry-Tyerman caught up with Brett Burney of the eDiscovery Buyers Guide. Jon and Brett discussed cost predictability and managing costs in-house, as well as four-week release cycles, managing your chronology, and audio/video transcriptions, among other things. Check out the interview below!  

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The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

This week we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled ediscovery series to say thanks for being a reader of the Everlaw blog! Before we close out the year, we wanted to look back at the most popular posts of the year. As expected, our readers are very interested in ways to improve their ediscovery
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Big Case, Big Problems in the State Attorney General's Office

The Everlaw Solution for Investigation, Onboarding, and Security Background The state attorney general was considering giving up on ediscovery enterprise vendors. The large prosecutor’s office had tried several popular platforms, and each one created more problems than they solved. The team struggled with the simplest tasks—even onboarding attorneys and allocating documents for review. “We’d reached
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