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The Tipping Point: Predictive Coding

How does innovation make an impact? Sometimes it lands with a bang, like the iPhone. Other times, it builds gradually toward a greater transformation. At some point, greater speed doesn’t just make a technology a bit faster. More convenience doesn’t just make it a bit easier. Something new becomes possible, regional practices go global and
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Strategic Document Review: From Issue Coding to Privilege Logs

Strategy is key to finding relevant and responsive discovery to requests for production. In the case of FlowRider Surf, Ltd. v. Pac. Surf Designs, Inc., the Defendant brought a motion to compel production of documents for all search term “hits” without any relevancy review.1 The Defendant claimed that because their requests for production were “narrowly-tailored
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ediscovery review for journalists

To support investigative reporting, we’re giving news organizations free access to Everlaw’s ediscovery software. From whistleblower dumps to FOIA requests, journalists need to analyze large data sets quickly and accurately. More and more reporters are trawling documents—whether emails, text messages, or files—to uncover the stories within. This is much the same process attorneys go through
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A holiday gift for you

The holidays are made for relaxing. Friends, family, a warm fire, a good book. Except, it doesn’t always work out that way, does it? When the stakes are high, and you’re up against a court-imposed deadline, the work presses on. We had a client a few months back with a large, time-sensitive project. They had
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This is BIG: A New Way to Use Everlaw

Nothing says happy holidays like brand new, awesome features. And we want to wish our customers a very happy holiday season indeed. You’ve asked for the power to upload your own data and create productions yourself. Now the power is yours. With the latest update to the Everlaw platform, you can add data to your
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Clippy User Experience

It seems that we’re finally beyond the “lawyers hate technology” trope. Google the phrase in quotes and you get nothing but articles refuting the claim that lawyers hate tech. That’s good. No one hates technology. Everyone hates crummy technology. Even without law experience, you’ve got some things to look back on that show you this
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