legal technology

Why Do We Have the EDRM?

Earlier this year, Everlaw CEO AJ Shankar and Jon Kerry-Tyerman, VP of Business Development and longtime Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco, co-authored an ediscovery chapter in an upcoming legal informatics textbook. The book is due next year and over the next twelve weeks, we’ll share with you the ediscovery content
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Lessons in Document Review from the JFK Files

50 Years of Document History Last month, the National Archives released thousands of documents related to the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This document release has taken the political and ediscovery worlds by storm, and for good reason. Reviewing the JFK files is a deep dive into historical document review, and these records
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ediscovery robot

Robot lawyers are making headlines everywhere from USA Today to the Washington Post thanks to Stanford University student Joshua Browder, who has created a chatbot he claims is powering “the first case of a fully automated lawsuit.” “You can sue Equifax for $25,000 by pressing a button,” Browder tweeted. Upset about the credit agency’s massive
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Ediscovery big data

Everlaw had the opportunity to attend ALM’s 17th Annual SuperConference two weeks ago in Chicago, and we enjoyed meeting and learning alongside our corporate counsel colleagues. Lisa Ross, an experienced litigator and Everlaw’s Head of Marketing, moderated a discussion on the intersection of big data and ediscovery, detailing the many ways in which the technology advancements
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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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