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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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Strategies for Avoiding Untimely Discovery

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are the playbook for civil litigation. The Rules define the timing of hearings, required disclosures, how to request information, and remedies when a party doesn’t comply with the Rules. A recent case highlighted the interplay between the Rules when a party produced emails after the close of discovery. After
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Everlaw Raises Series B Investment to Continue Growth

Everlaw has just closed a $25 million Series B funding round, with new investor Menlo Ventures leading the round and continued participation from Andreessen Horowitz. We are thrilled to work with Menlo to advance our mission to provide cutting-edge technology to lawyers and litigation teams throughout the world. Menlo Ventures is one of the oldest
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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!  

Cyberscoop 2018

At Cyberscoop’s San Francisco CyberTalks event this past April, Essye Miller, Acting CIO and DCIO for Cybersecurity at the Department of Defense (DOD), raised important points on data security and risk, which government agencies must navigate in procurement. In a security fireside chat with Marianne Bailey, Deputy National Manager for National Security Systems, NSA, Ms.
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