eDiscovery Software

Supporting Roles

December 23, 2016

One of our clients wanted to install a database in-house (before they were our client), but didn’t have the internal expertise. Company X was so committed to this course of action that they decided to do a national search to hire the right people. The search took months. In the end, they just couldn’t find […]

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Managing Documents, Managing Costs

December 23, 2016

In late 2003, a manufacturer of automotive parts had reached a crisis. Let’s call the company S & S. Alleged flaws in their product had led to thousands of product liability cases against them. It was costing S & S millions of dollars in legal fees to manage all the cases, which had started to […]

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Making the World a Smaller, More Efficient Place

December 23, 2016

Background: A global consumer products company does business in over 50 countries, which means it engages in litigation in over 50 countries. That’s a minimum of 50 law firms, a dozen languages and every time zone. Let’s call this company Goliath Inc. Problem: When one law firm is working, the other is sleeping. Goliath, Inc. is wasting […]

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Leveraging the Latest Review Technology without the Upfront Costs

December 23, 2016

JURINNOV had just finished harvesting and culling data for a medium-sized law firm involved in a large electronic discovery effort. Now that the firm had the targeted data, the next step was to review it and produce the responsive documents. Unfortunately, the firm’s current document review platform was inadequate for the task at hand. First, it […]

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