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CaseMap Ends Search for “Needle in a Haystack”

CaseMap Ends Search for “Needle in a Haystack”

Kansas City law firm, Fox, Stretz & Quinn, P.C., has just five attorneys, yet bills out close to 400 workers’ compensation cases every month, leaving no time for wasted time. The new case study is available online and as a PDF. Little wonder, then, that the firm’s president and managing partner, Steve Quinn, wastes neither time nor words in advising the firm’s legal ... Read More »

4 Filters to Run Before Generating eDiscovery Reports

4 Benefits of Data Filtering Before Generating eDiscovery Reports

In the early days of eDiscovery, many litigation teams gravitated toward a “collect everything” approach in order to minimize the risks of evidentiary compliance errors, some of which had led to well-documented judicial sanctions. However, we all quickly learned the flipside of this approach: huge volumes of data being sent out for processing and review, which triggered runaway costs to ... Read More »

4 Notable Legal Software Updates You Might have Missed

Updates to LexisNexis Business and Litigation Software

Over the last several month the legal software solutions division has released software enhancements to several product lines.  For those that missed it here’s an at-a-glance view of the most recent updates: 1. New eDiscovery platform goes GA Originally announced at the 2016 Legaltech NY tradeshow, the legal software solution division has rolled out the product for general availability (GA). ... Read More »

5 Things to Know About the New CaseMap Version 12.1

5 Things to Know About the New Version of CaseMap

For litigators, every day spent working on a challenging case includes the mental exercise of analyzing multiple facts and issues with an impact on the dispute. This process, which was historically done on legal pads, sticky notes and dictaphones, is now aided by case analysis software products that collect, categorize and store all of those pieces of information. One of ... Read More »

Litigation Case Study: CaseMap v The Blood Diamonds Dictator

Litigation Case Study CaseMap v The Blood Diamonds Dictator

What does it take to bring down a dictator who supports amputation, rape, murder, kidnapping, slavery and other inhumanities to gain control of diamond mines in a neighboring country? If you’re human-rights attorney David Akerson, it takes every ounce of your considerable international experience helping prosecute war criminals in Lebanon, Yugoslavia and Rwanda. What was Mr. Akerson’s weapon of choice ... Read More »

The Happy Lawyers Webinar and a Few More for September

The Happy Lawyers Webinar + 5 More in September

With the kids across America back to school in September, here’s a reminder that LexisNexis hosts a long list of “classes” each and every month. Some of these are broadly useful while others center on providing specific product tips and tricks for existing customers. Themes for this month include: Practice management for happy lawyers (#1) Feature Fridays for (#2-4) Sneak ... Read More »