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BP Oil Spill Plaintiffs Successfully Deploy iCONECT Review Platform

White Papers  |  posted on March 22nd, 2013  |  Request PDF

Organizations that face complex litigation events are better prepared to face their ediscovery challenges when the stakeholders have taken steps to align their agendas, business processes, and IT infrastructure investments at the onset. Under this scenario, the ediscovery document review and collaboration platform should have the scale, performance, and infrastructure capabilities to support multiple data formats, complex workflows, and granular security, work product, and data segregation models while still meeting review and production turnaround objectives and cost constraints.

Should I Use an External or Embedded Database?

White Papers  |  posted on January 23rd, 2013  |  Request PDF

“Do I have access to the back-end database?”  As rudimentary as this question may seem, it is imperative that law firms and organizations clearly understand “eDiscovery review software” (“ERS”) and the database features, functions and benefits prior to “signing on the dotted line.”  While review tools can empower users to control millions of records, manage multiple users, create critical security layers and potentially integrate with other software, understanding an ERS’s underlying database structure and the potential to access the data within it is a critical factor as “with great power comes great responsibility.”

XERA Advanced Analytics with Xmplar™ Custom Find Similar Technology – A Powerful New Way to Search and Find the “Gotcha” Document

White Papers  |  posted on January 18th, 2013  |  Request PDF

Gotcha. The Smoking Gun. No matter how you refer to it, searching for – and, more importantly,
finding that crucial “ah ha” document in a sea of electronic data is critical to conducting effective legal
reviews. As electronic documents continue to dwarf paper documents and assume growing importance
as a component of many legal proceedings, firms are searching for new and effective ways to tackle the
cumbersome tasks associated with document review. We are all well aware of the human resources
and man-hours required to sift through thousands or even millions of emails, spreadsheets, contracts
and correspondence. In many instances, present legal review search technology provides limited
results—while in others it doesn’t locate the precise documents you need to find at all. In most cases,
“not finding” the right document can determine the success or failure of a legal proceeding. Hence, we
need to keep an open mind to emerging technologies that can have a positive impact on cases.

IDC Analyst Connection :: eDiscovery Challenges and Technology Solutions

White Papers  |  posted on October 16th, 2012  |  Request PDF

As data volumes grow, more corporate litigants will look to technology-assisted review technologies to realize process efficiencies and enhance eDiscovery strategy response planning. IDC anticipates an increase in the use of technology-assisted large scale review among litigants as well as an expansion in the types of use cases using these technologies.