document review

Old Everlaw Messaging

As you know, we’re particularly fanatical about delivering an unparalleled user experience.  We know that some of you spend thousands of hours working in Everlaw, and we want to make every second of that work as joyful as possible.  (Yes, joyful!) To that end, we’ll be launching a new interface in the next few weeks!
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We’ve just released two new features that should make document review even better! The first automatically removes duplicates from your result set, and the second improves your experience viewing audio and video files. Read on for more details!   New Feature #1: Automatic Deduplication When this feature is enabled, all duplicate documents are automatically hidden in
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Review file formats

Last week Joshua Gilliland wrote a great post about thinking through the form of production. I thought it would be a good time to share our thoughts about different file formats, and how they affect document review. If you have reviewed multiple cases on one review platform, you may have noticed significant differences in the
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image, text and native view

Joshua Gilliland, of Bow Tie Law, Magistrate Judge Paul Cherry understands ediscovery. More importantly, his opinions have the classic “IRAC” analysis of Issue, Rule, Analysis, and Conclusion. This makes Judge Cherry’s cases on the form of production—like Dixon v. Experian Info. Solutions, Inc.—very educational reading.   Form of Production Overview A producing party can state
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Translated Japanese Legal Text

Globalization is on the rise: we conduct business across borders and continents, breaking down language barriers daily. When it comes to litigation, this means that you are more likely to see documents in a foreign language. Dealing effectively with those documents is part of modern ediscovery. This month, we will release a feature to help
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Trial Presentation Tools

Ediscovery is one of the most expensive and time-consuming parts of litigation. Although there is consensus on the importance of controlling legal spending, the question of how to do that remains. Tessa K. Jacob, Senior Counsel at Husch Blackwell, recently offered eight steps that companies can take to reduce litigation costs. These tips focus primarily
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