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Project Templates are Here

Hot on the heels of our brand announcement comes another product release, this time introducing a ‘brand’ new addition to the Everlaw platform—Project Templates. The unifying theme across this release was one that’s always front of mind for us: reducing the need for workarounds, streamlining processes, and ultimately, saving users a tremendous amount of time
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predictive coding

Seemingly minor inconveniences can make the process of orchestrating an entire document review team challenging. Decisions about what degree of precision is appropriate for predictive coding, turning a corpus of reviewed documents into a cohesive trial outline, and communicating seamlessly with a review team about logistical hurdles can become major snags in an already challenging
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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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More Powerful Search Tools to Speed Up Your Review

Let’s imagine it’s Wednesday. You’ve sat on a request for production from opposing counsel for a couple weeks too long and the production is now due first thing Monday morning. Time is obviously of the essence, and the speed at which you can search through your documents and determine what’s responsive will play a critical
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Looking Forward from 2017 on Ediscovery

At 10:00am PST today Everlaw will host a webinar with Judges Sallie Kim and Xavier Rodriguez on the top ediscovery court opinions from the past year. Register now to attend the session live or to access the post-webinar recording. Looking Forward from 2017 on Ediscovery There have been hundreds of cases with ediscovery issues in the
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