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eDiscovery Panel Foresees Legal Analytics Revolution

eDiscovery Panel Foresees Legal Analytics Revolution

The year 2016 may well turn out to be the turning point for how we viewed the paradigm of linear eDiscovery review. In recent weeks, many litigation experts have voiced challenges to the concept of linear review – where electronic evidence travels from one stop on the EDRM to the next – and have begun to shift the conversation toward ... Read More »

What “Multi-Core” and “Hyper-Threading” Mean for eDiscovery

Litigation What “Multi-Core” and “Hyper-Threading” Mean for eDiscovery

The heartbeat of any computer hardware is the processor, that incredibly powerful microchip-powered brain of the machine. For legal professionals, advancements in the power of processing technology are now translating into tangible benefits when it comes to running eDiscovery software applications. Today’s new eDiscovery software products are able to perform much faster imports of documents by taking full advantage of ... Read More »

Puerto Rico Law Firm Finds Value of Early-Stage eDiscovery

Puerto Rico Law Firm Finds Value of Early-Stage eDiscovery

With more than 45 lawyers and offices in the heart of the San Juan business district, Pietrantoni Méndez & Alvarez LLC (PMA) is one of Puerto Rico’s leading commercial law firms. Among the firm’s core practices is litigation, representing clients in all areas of civil and commercial litigation before the Puerto Rico Court of General Justice, the U.S. District Court ... Read More »

eDiscovery Darwinism: Meet Brainspace CEO Dave Copps [Q&A]

eDiscovery Darwinism Meet Brainspace CEO David Copps

“Research has always been central to the attorney’s role, and combing through the large volumes of information that pertains to a case is incredibly time consuming,” according to Olivia Timson, in a piece for The Innovation Enterprise. She also reports another noteworthy business challenge: this is expensive.  She writes, “lawyers and law firms spending around $8.4 billion on it annually ... Read More »

LTNY Keynote:  Judges, Courtrooms and Tech [Session Summary]

LTNY Key Note Judges Tech and Courtrooms

In order to use technology effectively in the courtroom, you’ve got to first understand it, according to several judges presenting the first key note session at the LegalTech® New York conference. The session titled — How is Technology Being Used in Today’s Court Rooms and Cases? — counted a panel of judges from U.S. District Courts, including James C. Francis, Lorenzo F. ... Read More »

13 Filtered eDiscovery Statistics to Warm Up for #LTNY16 

Filtering Content for 13 eDiscovery Statistics to Warm Up #LTNY16

The LegalTech® New York tradeshow has a notable emphasis on eDiscovery.  Given the growing volume of data managed in the eDiscovery process, analytics, predictive coding and other applications of technology assisted review are a logical fit for a conference centered on legal technology. This blog often covers legal industry surveys and benchmark studies.  In preparation for the show, we went ... Read More »

Faster, Easier eDiscovery Review:  The New Concordance Desktop

Faster Easier eDiscovery Review The New Concordance Desktop-header

One million records – that’s the average volume range for approximately 80% of litigation cases relying on eDiscovery.  More than 70,000 litigation support professionals across small- and mid-sized law firms slice and dice those million records for attorneys over the course of the eDiscovery process. Many of them have relied on the LexisNexis Concordance® eDiscovery review software product for years ... Read More »

In Corporate Legal, Data Analytics a Rising Star [Infographic]

In Corporate Legal Data Analytics a Rising Star [Infographic]

The adoption of data analytics is poised to accelerate among the legal community and especially among those serving in corporate legal departments. That’s the conclusion data analytics experts draw in a short report published by the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL).   The report is based on a survey conducted by the Information Governance Initiative and commissioned by the ... Read More »

Early Case Assessment: 3 Words to Drive Down eDiscovery Costs

eDiscovery Expect a Shift to Early Case Assessment in 2016

A growing number of in-house counsel and litigation professionals are driving a change in the conversation about how technology can play the most valuable role in the eDiscovery workflow. “We predict a sea change for litigation technology in 2016 brought about by the emphasis on Early Case Assessment (ECA),” writes Steve Ashbacher, vice president of litigation solutions at LexisNexis, in ... Read More »

Espresso and 5 Can’t Miss Events at #LTNY 2016

Espresso and 5 Can’t Miss Events at the LegalTech Show 2016 LTNY

No one offered a weather forecast for the LegalTech® New York 2016 conference and trade on our annual list of legal industry predictions this year, but it probably wouldn’t count for much anyway.  Mother Nature isn’t easily swayed regardless of what the forecasts say. If the last two years are any indication, attendees will recall Midtown weathered ice, slush and ... Read More »