predictive coding

Privilege review

Privilege review requires planning. Attorneys need to ask: what privileges are at issue in a lawsuit? Who could possibly be claiming a privilege? What are the elements of that privilege? Many parties today include a clawback agreement into their discovery orders. Such clawback agreements require, under the Federal Rules of Evidence Rule 502(b)(2) and (3),
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As a technology company, we’re committed to continuously delivering new and enhanced features—as we’ve done over 29 major releases since the first version of Everlaw in 2011. Our 30th update includes major improvements to predictive coding, new foreign language detection and translation capabilities, and StoryBuilder enhancements. Read on to learn more about these exciting changes! Improved
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From discovery to ediscovery

We’re all aware of the ways in which rapidly-evolving technology is fueling change in legal evidence, including what’s considered relevant and how it’s reviewed. What’s slightly less obvious—but by no means less important—are the ways in which the judiciary pushes the boundaries here, sometimes in response to technological trends, and sometimes in advance of them.
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Everlaw's Predictive Coding

Eleven weeks ago, we launched our predictive coding functionality. We know we’re not the first—or even the twentieth—vendor to offer this type of machine learning capability. Being first out of the gate isn’t generally our priority. Our focus has been on doing it better and on being responsive to user needs. Since the release, we
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Consumer Attorneys of California Convention

Last week, Cecilia and I had the pleasure of attending the annual gathering of the Consumer Attorneys of California in San Francisco.  We were there in part to represent Everlaw in sponsoring a CLE session entitled “The Plaintiffs’ Essential Ediscovery Toolkit: Initial Conferences and Predictive Coding.”  As you would expect with a crowd this passionate
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Reviewing Spreadsheets

It’s no secret that our company is engineering-heavy. We spend a lot of time discussing, building, and improving custom features for our ediscovery platform. This calendar year, we’ve already released twenty-six new features or major improvements! With all of this new functionality, I was curious what the team members thought were the coolest features we
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Ediscovery Vocabulary Definitions

The last 10 years have brought enormous changes in a variety of technical fields, and ediscovery is no exception.   Litigating a case today often involves reviewing thousands of documents—if not far more—ranging from CAD files to emails to social media posts, and understanding ediscovery is increasingly considered a basic lawyerly duty. Today, we’re assumed to
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