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Andrea Cannavina

Are there any law firms and teams who don’t want to be more efficient and more revenue-generating? Likely not. But as ever, the devil is in the details. To get at those, we’re talking to Andrea Cannavina, who has spent almost fifteen years doing exactly that at Legal Typist. We asked her about the most
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Redacting Personally-Identifiable Information

Early this morning, we released our second set of new features for the month! Today’s release includes several new features designed specifically around your feedback. We think you’ll love them!   1) Text Redaction We’ve extended our redaction tool set! You can now directly select any text in a PDF document (our standard image format)
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Ediscovery Compact View

It’s August, which means a host of refinements, tweaks, and new features to make Everlaw’s litigation platform better than ever! Here are the changes we released this weekend:   New Compact View Locating the most relevant items on your ediscovery dashboard is now easier. We’ve added a new Compact View option on the screen you
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GPS Machine Learning

Many people secretly (or not-so-secretly) hate the term “machine learning.” That’s because it can be overly broad and opaque, as if you’re being asked not to look at the man behind the curtain. However, machine intelligence doesn’t have to be a big black box that we simply accept or reject. Even the less technically-minded among
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Electronically Stored Information

When talking with small firm lawyers and solo practitioners at Legaltech New York, I couldn’t help but notice that many are skeptical of using ediscovery tools in their practices. So much so, for several solo practitioners, that they actually laughed when I asked which platform they were currently using. In our conversations, many mentioned that
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Meeting and Exceeding Client Expectations

Clients are demanding more for less.  It has become almost cliché, and yet — like many clichés — one that contains a central truth which legal practitioners ignore at their own peril.  Given the increased transparency into legal processes and pricing, the competitive environment created by the economic downturn, the increase in legal outsourcing options,
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Studying Legal Tech

Increasingly, judges and firms are telling lawyers that knowing the law isn’t sufficient.  There have been encouragements and warnings to also become adequately versed in technology.  For example, at the recent ILTA conference, Judge James C. Francis pushed back against “arguments from e-discovery-ignorant lawyers regarding the prohibitive cost of a specific type of discovery… [which] is actually much more reasonably priced
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Ediscovery on iPhone

For many, Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer vacation season, the perfect time to catch up on reading.  You might have a book or two waiting in the wings, a stack of unread magazines, or a list of long-neglected blogs and news sources.  If you’re a litigator with an interest in technology, here are 10
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