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White Paper: Cost Recovery and eDiscovery

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White Paper: Born in the Cloud

Still considering an on-premise solution? Here are 8 reasons why cloud-based eDiscovery is the future.
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A Buyer’s Guide for 2020 eDiscovery Tech Investments

Buyers mulling over eDiscovery technology investments in 2020 and beyond will want to weigh the factors discussed in this paper.
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So, you’ve made the decision to switch from Relativity: Now what?

In our last post on 4 Reasons why you should switch from Relativity, we took a look at some of the complaints we’ve been hearing from Relativity users:

  • Relativity is expensive
  • Relativity is slow
  • Relativity is not easy to use
  • Relativity is a tired product – more and more users want a new, better alternative

Let’s say you have made the decision to switch from Relativity, what should you do next?

First, review and understand your existing Relativity and add-on product obligations.

Before you make a move, it’s essential to understand the parameters of your Relativity contract in detail and the full the extent of your obligation with Relativity and any add-on products. Given Relativity is not a complete eDiscovery solution, customers may also have contractual obligations for LAW PreDiscovery or NUIX to process data, Brainspace or NexLP for analytics, iPro for productions, in addition to Relativity for review. The use of multiple products not only makes the eDiscovery workflow more expensive but less efficient and prone to data integrity risks of transferring data between systems. This is a key reason customers repeatedly choose Casepoint because we can meet all of these needs in a single platform and lower cost. If you perceive any technical or cost hurdles as you determine how to make a switch, call us. Casepoint will work with you to overcome any of those challenges and mitigate any risks.

Second, issue an RFP.

Issuing an RFP allows you to define, document, and establish all of your key eDiscovery needs. The RFP should detail your organizations data volumes, file types that need to be supported for processing, advanced analytics (communications analysis, word clouds, email threading, etc.), review capabilities (such as the ability to customize tags and issue codes or dynamic TAR), production requirements, compatibility with your existing eDiscovery workflows, price considerations, past performance, and so on. Resist the temptation to take shortcuts. The RFP and the responses you receive will form the basis for contract negotiations when you are close to a final decision, so be sure to involve all key stakeholders in your organization to both define your needs and evaluate responses.

Here are three tips for your RFP process:

  • Tip #1: Make product demonstrations a key part of your RFP process.
  • Tip #2: Don’t have time or bandwidth to conduct a full RFP issuance and evaluation process? Make a list of key/core requirements and require vendors to provide their RFP responses in the form of a PowerPoint presentation and product demo. This gives you a chance to not only see the product hands-on, but also meet the company and people with whom you will be partnering. You wouldn’t hire a new employee without seeing reviewing their resume, interviewing them, and asking for references, would you?
  • Tip #3: Long-term contracts will open the door for better terms and pricing.

We are very proud of our solution here at Casepoint and we highly recommend that you do a point-by-point comparison of Relativity and Casepoint based on the criteria outlined in your RFP.

Third, create a smart transition plan.

Once you have selected your new solution (such as Casepoint), here are different ways to ensure a smooth transition:

If you want to switch over immediately:

  • Bring together key stakeholders from your organization and the vendor to finalize a migration plan. Any good vendor will have well-defined migration processes, communication protocols, risk management approaches, technical support protocols, SLAs, workflow best practices, etc. All of those items will be addressed as part of the transition plan.
  • As defined by the transition plan, work to export all data out of Relativity and securely send it based on agreed upon data submission and chain of custody guidelines pre-defined in your transition plan. Exporting Relativity ARM files is often the easiest and most complete way to export Relativity data. Thankfully, Casepoint can easily ingest ARM files, which makes switching just that much easier.
  • Test each of your matters after migration has been completed.
  • Be absolutely certain that all your data is wiped out of the Relativity hosting provider’s servers and that there is no digital footprint. Ask your existing provider for a certificate of destruction.
  • Provide initial and ongoing training for everyone who will use the platform.
  • Encourage feedback on ease of use. How does it compare to Relativity? (We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.)

If it makes sense to switch more gradually due to the complexity of your environment:

  • Ensure that any transition plan considers critical or complex matters (including nearby production or trial dates), unique technical or functional specifications, and priority cases.
  • Send any new matters directly to Casepoint.
  • Next, migrate any matters that are either inactive or have low-level of activity.
  • Finally, migrate remaining matters based on timelines and complexity. Ensure there is frequent communication between your end users and your vendor to make sure all needs are addressed.

Once you’ve made the choice to switch from Relativity, the processes can be smooth and efficient. Just remember to review your current contract obligations, issue an RFP, and make a smart transition plan. And if you need help, please feel free to contact us here at Casepoint. We’ve helped numerous clients switch from Relativity and we can help you through the process, too.


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4 Reasons Why You Should Switch from Relativity

#1: Relativity is expensive. 

It’s no secret in the industry that Relativity users are complaining about costs. There are lots of hidden fees and, depending on which vendor(s) you are using, there can be considerable confusion about licensing requirements and restrictions.  What that means for law departments and firms is that there are lawyers who aren’t allowed to use the platform – even when they need to – simply because of the cost. The same goes for clients, paralegals and expert witnesses. In fact, with smaller matters many organizations are finding that user license fees are their highest monthly charge.

Legal professionals tell us they need a more flexible approach to licensing in order to do their jobs effectively. Meanwhile, at Relativity, user fees are a core component of their business model. (Just so you know:  There are no user fees with Casepoint.)

Other costs that purchasers of Relativity may not have bargained for when they invested in the platform:

  • Different law firms have different workflows, and they often need to pay for help to make Relativity work for them. Users have also told us that Relativity’s standard reports need to be customized (for a fee) to generate meaningful insight on cost drivers in their e-discovery processes and total cost of ownership.
  • IT costs. Relativity users incur costs for maintaining their IT infrastructure, installing and upgrading the product and hiring personnel to manage it. They also pay for backup and SQL licenses.
  • Cost of add-ons. If your matter requires advanced AI/analytic technologies like predictive coding or technology-assisted review (TAR), Relativity can provide it via a third party, but you will pay extra for these capabilities. They are not built into the platform.
  • Additional vendor charges. Vendor-hosted Relativity can be very expensive. Typically, Relativity vendors charge per GB for storage, then a licensing fee per named user, and then additional charges for near-duplicate detection, email threading, and concept clustering. There may also be extra fees for processing, tech time and project management.
  • Lack of pricing flexibility. Practitioners have told us that, in the past, when they needed to add features to their Relativity subscription they were faced with renegotiating a new long-term, multi-year contract. While there are signs that Relativity is now softening this stance, for many organizations, it’s too late.
  • Case setup fees, case shutdown fees, per document charges, integration charges, per-GB charges…. The list goes on. Users of Relativity – particularly those users who access the platform through a vendor – are crying out for simpler, more transparent pricing.

#2: Relativity can be slow.

Over and over people in the industry tell us that uploading data to the Relativity platform takes too long—way too long in fact. Speed actually matters – a lot – in e-discovery, and our clients tell us that matter management and e-discovery management with Relativity is often slower than with other platforms. Searches can also be slow. Document incrementation can take many seconds instead of microseconds.

#3: Relativity is not that easy to use.

Many organizations have told us Relativity comes with a steep learning curve that can be intimidating if you are new to e-discovery technology or have used simpler review platforms. “The platform requires too many clicks,” says one user.

There are also a number of little things that aggravate users:

  • Example: In Relativity, you can’t have one document live in more than one folder at a time, which effectively means a document can’t be shared. (Casepoint allows you to have as many documents as you like in as many folders as possible.)
  • Example: Relativity only allows you to see a specified number of documents at a time. If you want to see more, you have to click again. (With Casepoint, you can see everything.)
  • Example: Relativity processing relies on Oracle DLL. For TIFF images, what you see is what you get, but if you print the only thing you get is what the Oracle library lets you print. (Casepoint allows users to print a broad variety of types and images, and it’s fully integrated with the Oracle library.)

#4: People want an alternative.

Many organizations also are finding there is better technology available than Relativity. They are tired of it and don’t like it anymore. The technology they use in other parts of their personal and professional lives is simpler, more intuitive and more functional, and they always know how much it’s going to cost. Why can’t e-discovery software be that way?

 

For more information on other companies making the switch to Casepoint, how to do it, and related literature visit the Switch page.


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The Proactive Potential of Analytics [Peer to Peer]

Deployment of analytic applications across multiple matters and legal workflows sends a message to the boardroom

The evolution of legal technology over the past three decades is a compelling story of significant gains in speed and efficiency in the face of exploding volumes of electronically stored information and steadily increasing data complexity. Innovations that legal departments now take for granted from word processing, paper document scanning, and electronic time capture to more advanced eDiscovery technologies like web-based review and technology-assisted review (TAR) have enabled major improvements, significantly speeding litigation workflows and reducing headcount in many organizations. 

The technology boost of the 1990s and beyond meant fewer employees were required to create briefs, complaints, contracts, memos, and internal and external communications. Automation virtually eliminated time-consuming, error-prone tasks like document scanning and manual timekeeping. Attorneys and legal staff became more productive. New eDiscovery applications made it possible to sift through millions of pages of documents to identify relevant information in the same amount of time it used to take to get through thousands of pages just a few years earlier.

And yet, when you think about it, these technology advances in the legal domain have been largely reactive rather proactive. We have adopted tools to address specific pain points, like redundant workflows, manual processes, the high cost of labor required for document review, and the challenges of identifying, collecting, and processing large volumes of data. These tools are certainly powerful, and they have allowed the legal department to manage current challenges much better and with fewer employees, but they haven’t done much to allow GCs to get ahead of future challenges. It seems we are always playing catch-up, and legal still suffers from the perception that it is just another business unit rather than a full participant in strategic business planning at the C-suite and board levels.

To read the full article, go to page 14 in Peer to Peer’s quarterly magazine.

 

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David CarnsDavid Carns is the Chief Revenue Officer of Casepoint. He joined Casepoint as a Director of Client Services in 2010, rose the ranks to Chief Strategy Officer until his most recent promotion in 2019. In addition to being a recovering attorney, David possesses a lifelong passion for technology and its advancements. His career has always found him at the intersection of technology and the legal field given his intimate knowledge of both. Today, David leads Casepoint in its global sales and marketing strategy with foresight. In addition to business development strategy, David is very well-versed in Casepoint’s solution and technological prowess. David is attuned with the Casepoint application and its development since inception. He has also been on the client-side of the Casepoint application in his previous positions. Prior to joining Casepoint, David Carns’ positions included Director of Practice Technology at a premier global law firm, Technology Consultant, and Director of Technology. Carns holds a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from DePauw University.ou can connect with her on LinkedIn.

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INSIGHT: GCs Should Turn to AI to Save Time, Money, Manage Data [Bloomberg Law]

The time has come for corporate legal departments overseeing large litigation portfolios or facing frequent inquiries and investigations to move beyond the limitations of case-by-case matter management.

In the age of big data and process automation, a siloed approach to serial litigation is a huge missed opportunity. When departments analyze data from multiple matters over time, significant patterns and trends that were once invisible suddenly become clear. The insights that emerge can inform a range of decisions and strategies that enable smarter litigation, more accurate forecasting and budgeting, and more efficient distribution of resources across legal workflows.

For example, data analysis suggests that the most important custodians in certain types of litigation, or in matters focused on certain products or business units, often overlap from one case to another. Some organizations have turned to proactive collection of data from “hot” custodians for specific categories of litigation or investigation so they can act more quickly and decisively as new matters emerge.

To read the full article, visit BloombergLaw.com.

 

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Haresh BhungaliaHaresh Bhungalia is the chief executive officer of Casepoint—a global company with more than 400 employees today. Since his appointment as CEO in 2012 when the company was called Legal Discovery, Bhungalia has been instrumental in the rapid growth of Casepoint and its reputation for customer satisfaction.ou can connect with her on LinkedIn.

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As a law department shopping for eDiscovery technology this year, you have many choices and decision-factors. Of course, cost is always a big consideration. So too, is future-proofing your eDiscovery investment.

Many a law department has a secret story about purchased eDiscovery technology that never really met their needs. As the world turned, it quickly became insufficient and obsolete. All too soon, they were back spending more money on additional technology. We call this the “whoops cost” in the total cost of eDiscovery.

In a morass of technology alternatives, you must find the right eDiscovery solution— not only for this year’s challenges—but for those around the corner. To assist you in the hunt, let’s look at three future-proofing, must-haves. We also offer questions to ask providers.   

Scalability and Speed

There’s only one direction corporate data volume and variety is going: up. Edge devices, enterprise collaboration tools, the Internet of Things, and yet unimagined applications we’ll all be using in five years, guarantee astronomical growth in discovery data. The ability to scale to the demands of tomorrow is crucial.

Your new technology must provide the infrastructure and processing speed to churn through massive data sets. Your team must be able to instantly access server capacity to whack through current and future massive data volumes at high speeds. Your new system must enable multiple users’ simultaneous access to data and analytical tools without choking.

Ask about providers’ cloud offerings in detail. Can they scale to your large case needs? What is the process for requisitioning more compute power, as needed?

AI and Analytics No Longer Luxuries

A legal future full of exponential data growth makes artificial intelligence and analytics a necessity, not a luxury in law departments. Insight from analytics on terabytes or petabytes of litigation data is essential for managing costs now and in the future. It’s nearly impossible to get your head around custodians, data types and sources without analytics today. Let alone when your enterprise data bulges with the internet of things.

Be sure to ask vendors if analytics, artificial intelligence, and cloud-source collection is included in their solution, at no extra cost.

A Provider that Invests in You

Let’s face it —some vendors are still riding an old horse. Their technology is dated, and for all intents and purposes, unusable for most lawyers. Don’t let their fancy brand and lifespan fool you.

Look for a provider that invests in you— by investing in updating and upgrading their eDiscovery technology. Ask about their vision for law departments. Do they get what you are up against today and five years from now?

Future-proof for Success

Buying a solution that ends up being insufficient in a few years is a mistake to avoid. We encourage you to ask yourself and potential providers the tough questions needed to future-proof your investment and success.

For additional perspective, we invite you to read our free 2019 Legal Technology & eDiscovery Buyer’s Guide.

 

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Case study: Briggs & Morgan Increasing Firm Value & Accountability

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Casepoint Announces a Transformative Upgrade to Casepoint eDiscovery and the Introduction of Casepoint Platform

Casepoint eDiscovery undergoes a transformative upgrade thanks to the new Casepoint Platform, an entirely new legal technology platform optimized for enterprise-scale application development.

 Tysons, VA – January 23, 2019 – Casepoint, a leader in providing innovative eDiscovery solutions in a single, cloud-based platform, today announces two major legal technology developments: Casepoint eDiscovery has undergone a transformative upgrade, bolstered by 10 years of eDiscovery experience and client feedback, and it is the preeminent application built upon the new Casepoint Platform. Casepoint Platform is an innovative technology platform that law firms and legal departments can use to integrate a full range of enterprise applications, documents, legal data, and workflows, into a single flexible platform. With the unveiling of the eDiscovery application rebuilt on the new platform, legal organizations now have the option to create and manage technology to meet their own specifications, from database setup to data processing and all the way through to the end of discovery. Casepoint will unveil both products at Legalweek New York, which takes place January 28–31, 2019.

Casepoint eDiscovery is a full-spectrum eDiscovery solution that features state-of-the-art tools for cloud-based collections, processing, culling, review, and highly customizable productions. It also offers built-in artificial intelligence and analytics that are the most robust in the industry, with advanced tools for TAR 1.0 and TAR 2.0, early case assessment (ECA), and advanced data visualization tools. All customers get the complete package – there are no features to turn on or pay for later. With Casepoint eDiscovery, legal teams can complete discovery projects faster, at a lower cost, and with greater accuracy using a single, integrated, easy-to-use tool.

Casepoint eDiscovery is also an infinitely scalable private cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution capable of handling millions of documents, multiple terabytes of data, thousands of legal matters, and unlimited numbers of users. Pricing has been structured for maximum transparency, without upsells or user fees. Security is enforced at the company, data center, and application levels, and features military-grade AES 256-bit encryption. Data centers are fully replicated for business continuity.

“Our eDiscovery technology was already the fastest in the industry, and we’ve now doubled that speed and created an entirely new platform redesigned from the ground up to meet clients’ most pressing needs,” said Vishal Rajpara, Casepoint’s Chief Technology Officer. “We are confident Casepoint eDiscovery is the best, most thoroughly integrated, and comprehensive solution in the marketplace. We’ve designed our technology to put customers in control. With Casepoint Platform our customers will have access to an incredibly flexible platform that allows them to easily manage matters, tasks and align internal and external users with user-controlled administration. While we know most of our existing customers will continue to request full service from the dedicated delivery teams and project managers they have come to know and trust, we are excited to offer self-service options as well, and everything in between.”

Attendees at Legalweek will also have the opportunity to demo Casepoint Platform, a fully integrated web-based ecosystem that has been in development for two years. Casepoint Platform is an enterprise-scale application development and deployment environment built upon web APIs and an N+1 scalable architecture. Casepoint eDiscovery runs on Casepoint Platform, and eDiscovery users will feel the benefits immediately. The new platform has been re-engineered to double processing speeds and provide users of the interface with near-instantaneous speed. Law firms and legal departments will have the option to customize the technology to meet their own specifications from database set up to data processing and all the way through to the end of discovery, without incurring extra consulting fees.

“Casepoint Platform is the foundation of Casepoint’s Law 3.0 vision,” said Haresh Bhungalia, Casepoint’s Chief Executive Officer. “Law firms and legal departments will use this technology to customize and integrate the entire spectrum of legal workflows, and this will allow them to dramatically streamline operations, control costs at every level, and identify and monitor key performance indicators unique to their organization.”

For information about switching to Casepoint from any platform, please click here. To schedule a meeting at LegalWeek, click here. To learn more about Casepoint events and activities at booth 134 at Legalweek 2019 in New York, click here.

 

About Casepoint

Casepoint empowers legal departments, law firms, and public agencies by providing smarter legal technology combined with award-winning client service. Casepoint eDiscovery is the fast, enterprise class, and next-generation eDiscovery suite from Casepoint, based on more than 10 years of innovation in the industry. It is built upon Casepoint Platform, a highly scalable, secure, and configurable application environment that meets the demands of sophisticated clients within eDiscovery and beyond. Whether SaaS, on prem, or hybrid, Casepoint eDiscovery features cloud collections, data processing, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, review, and productions – all in an easy-to-use web interface. Casepoint customers benefit from the ability to support sophisticated workflows across millions of documents and hundreds of users, with custom reporting and data management tools built-in. Simple, elegant, and intuitive, Casepoint represents the next generation of litigation technology that will empower your global legal team.

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Fortune 500 construction management firm consolidates on a single comprehensive eDiscovery platform to boost speed, achieve cost transparency and reap big cost saving
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Robbins Russell Successfully Migrates 10 Terabytes of Litigation Data in Two Weeks

Tysons, VA – December 5, 2018 – Casepoint LLC, a leader in providing innovative eDiscovery solutions in a single, cloud-based platform, today announced that it has successfully migrated 10 terabytes of litigation data to Casepoint’s eDiscovery cloud  for Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP (“Robbins Russell”). Robbins Russell is a Washington, DC-based high-stakes litigation law firm that represents Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and technology companies, among other clients.

Robbins Russell moved to a new office location in October and has limited space for on-premise technology infrastructure. Due to the unique requirements of the firm’s practice areas, they must securely store and maintain additional data even when it is not under review. The migration enables them to have direct access to loose files over the Internet while maintaining highly secure and defensible file-sharing protocols.

“Casepoint’s DNA has always been to take security very seriously and our infrastructure is designed to meet the security requirements of even the most demanding clients,” says Sundhar Rajan, Casepoint’s Chief Information Security Officer. “Once we took custody of Robbins Russell’s data, our operations team was able to move it quickly, smoothly and securely using advanced, automated migration tools.”

The migration – which involved moving both structured and unstructured data from physical storage media, including legacy Concordance databases, and data ingestion via cloud – was completed in just two weeks from start to finish, without disruption of any ongoing reviews or activities. The move to Casepoint was carefully planned to coincide with improved internal processes at Robbins Russell and was executed seamlessly as part of a series of infrastructure upgrades. The migration has allowed the firm to dramatically reduce its IT infrastructure costs, manage higher volumes of work with existing staff and streamline discovery-related workflows.

“Selecting Casepoint to consolidate our eDiscovery technology infrastructure firm-wide in a secure cloud environment made a lot of sense from a cost and efficiency perspective, and their successful completion of the migration in two weeks only validated that decision,” said Dana Wesley Sarti, Litigation Support Coordinator at Robbins Russell. “Casepoint’s highly scalable platform is built to meet tight deadlines for secure data ingestion, and their amazing support team has been very proactive in anticipating and responding to our needs.”

As a company that focuses on continuous innovation, the Casepoint platform has introduced a number of industry “firsts” over the years. It was the first comprehensive platform to seamlessly integrate every phase of discovery. It was also the first with analytics, AI and TAR capabilities seamlessly built into its advanced cloud-based architecture. Already the fastest platform in the industry, Casepoint has doubled its speed and is leaping ahead of its own innovation with features like native cloud architecture, built-in AI for early case assessment and review, auto-provisioning, auto-scaling, and web API architecture.

For more information on switching to Casepoint from any platform, visit this page.

About Casepoint

Casepoint is a technology company focused on the digital transformation of litigation discovery. Casepoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery platform removes significant barriers from the discovery process, enabling legal teams to focus on the art of litigation. Features of Casepoint include a full-strength review platform with artificial intelligence pre-installed, cloud analytics and collections, and robust data processing capabilities all in a single technology platform. Based in the United States and with offices in three continents, Casepoint is repeatedly chosen by leading law firms, multinational corporations, and public sector clients for their largest, end-to-end discovery needs. Casepoint is smarter eDiscovery.

 

About Robbins Russell

Robbins Russell was founded in 2001 by four partners from the Washington office of Mayer Brown and a veteran of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division. They sought to build a firm focused solely on litigation—one with the breadth and depth of experience to stand against any firm in the nation but of a size that fosters collegiality and flexibility.  Seventeen years later, that firm now numbers roughly thirty-five lawyers—and they count among their ranks former partners from firms such as Fried Frank and Williams & Connolly, and veterans of numerous Justice Department divisions, including the Office of the Solicitor General, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, and U.S. Attorneys’ offices.  The firm handles a wide variety of litigation matters in state and federal courts across the country—in trial courts, appellate courts, bankruptcy courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Reducing the Total Cost of e-Discovery Through Process Refinements [Law.com]

In a previous article, we discussed key technology and platform-related factors that can have a dramatic impact on an organization’s long-term e-Discovery spending. Today it’s time to look at e-discovery processes across the phases of the EDRM. Having the right technology is essential to containing costs. Don’t, however, overlook the power of a thoughtful and disciplined approach process incorporating incremental improvements at each discovery stage.

So how do you proceed in a way that minimizes waste, maximizes efficiency and makes the most of the tools you have in place?


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David CarnsDavid Carns is the Chief Revenue Officer of Casepoint. He joined Casepoint as a Director of Client Services in 2010, rose the ranks to Chief Strategy Officer until his most recent promotion in 2019. In addition to being a recovering attorney, David possesses a lifelong passion for technology and its advancements. His career has always found him at the intersection of technology and the legal field given his intimate knowledge of both. Today, David leads Casepoint in its global sales and marketing strategy with foresight. In addition to business development strategy, David is very well-versed in Casepoint’s solution and technological prowess. David is attuned with the Casepoint application and its development since inception. He has also been on the client-side of the Casepoint application in his previous positions. Prior to joining Casepoint, David Carns’ positions included Director of Practice Technology at a premier global law firm, Technology Consultant, and Director of Technology. Carns holds a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from DePauw University.ou can connect with her on LinkedIn.

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Robbins Russell Selects Casepoint for Cloud-Based eDiscovery Solution

Tysons, VA – October 11, 2018 – Casepoint LLC, a leader in enterprise eDiscovery technology, announced today it has been selected by Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP (“Robbins Russell”), a Washington DC-based high-stakes litigation law firm who represents Fortune 500 clients, financial institutions, and technology companies among others, to provide a comprehensive cloud-based solution for the firm’s eDiscovery and data management needs. While Robbins Russell has worked with Casepoint for eight years, along with several other eDiscovery providers, the company made the decision to replace its patchwork of eDiscovery vendors and internal tools with a single, integrated solution to drive greater efficiency and ease of use.

“For almost a decade, Casepoint’s technical and project management teams have been helping us find creative solutions to unique and complex eDiscovery data issues.” said Dana Wesley Sarti, CEDS, Litigation Support Coordinator & Information Security. “In moving our firm’s Litigation Support department to the cloud, this was the obvious choice. They will add staffing depth and continue to broaden our technical scope. And our users find the Casepoint review interface intuitive and fast!”

Casepoint was selected based on its exemplary track record of service delivery with the firm. Robbins Russell’s other decision drivers included Casepoint’s state-of-the art data security protocols, the platform’s cost transparency and predictability, and the scalability and flexibility of the cloud, which will accommodate Robbins Russell’s future growth without hardware- and software-imposed limitations.

“Selecting Casepoint to consolidate our eDiscovery technology infrastructure in a secure cloud environment was an easy decision,” said Sherry Rather, Litigation Support Coordinator. “We’ve used a number of platforms over the years through our client relationships with vendors but kept coming back to Casepoint. They are well ahead of the technology curve and very proactive in anticipating and responding to customer needs. Add to this a great support team and we know we’ve made the right choice.”

With Casepoint, the firm will be able to dramatically reduce its IT infrastructure costs, manage higher volumes of work with existing staff and streamline discovery-related workflows. The firm is already in the process of moving 10 terabytes of data to new platform, in addition to more than 6 terabytes of data that is already managed by Casepoint.

“We’ve had a great relationship with Robbins Russell over the years, and their selection of Casepoint as their eDiscovery platform of choice is a validation of our commitment to helping clients reduce their total cost of ownership,” said David Carns, Chief Strategy Officer of Casepoint. “We look forward to partnering with Robbins Russell to create new efficiencies throughout their eDiscovery workflows, develop more self-service functionality for small matters and quick, peak data-situations, and deliver the best solutions in the industry.”

As a company who focuses on continuous innovation, the Casepoint platform has introduced a number of industry “firsts” over the years. It was the first comprehensive platform to seamlessly integrate every phase of discovery. It was also the first with analytics, AI, and TAR capabilities seamlessly built into its advanced cloud-based architecture. Already the fastest platform in the industry, Casepoint has doubled its speed and is leaping ahead of its own innovation with features like native cloud architecture, built-in AI for early case assessment and review, auto-provisioning, auto-scaling, and web API architecture.

For more information on switching to Casepoint from any platform, visit this page.

 

About Casepoint

Casepoint is a technology company focused on the digital transformation of litigation discovery. Casepoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery platform removes significant barriers from the discovery process, enabling legal teams to focus on the art of litigation. Features of Casepoint include a full-strength review platform with artificial intelligence pre-installed, cloud analytics and collections, and robust data processing capabilities all in a single technology platform. Based in the United States and with offices in three continents, Casepoint is repeatedly chosen by leading law firms, multinational corporations, and public sector clients for their largest, end-to-end discovery needs. Casepoint is smarter eDiscovery.

 

About Robbins Russell

Robbins Russell was founded in 2001 by four partners from the Washington office of Mayer Brown and a veteran of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division. They sought to build a firm focused solely on litigation—one with the breadth and depth of experience to stand against any firm in the nation but of a size that fosters collegiality and flexibility.  Seventeen years later, that firm now numbers roughly thirty-five lawyers—and they count among their ranks former partners from firms such as Fried Frank and Williams & Connolly, and veterans of numerous Justice Department divisions, including the Office of the Solicitor General, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, and U.S. Attorneys’ offices.  The firm handles a wide variety of litigation matters in state and federal courts across the country—in trial courts, appellate courts, bankruptcy courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

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3 Core Considerations for Reducing the Total Cost of E-Discovery [Law.com]

Organizations evaluating new e-discovery practices and technology investments must carefully analyze the total cost of ownership (TCO)—including both direct and indirect costs—when evaluating their current practices and technologies.

The e-discovery world is currently undergoing a new cycle of technology upgrades. This trend is driven by several key factors. First, the harsh realities of rapid data growth and risk concerns have propelled many organizations to rethink their spending on e-discovery practices and technology. Second, the conversion of industry leader Relativity to the cloud is driving a large number of users to re-evaluate their legacy e-discovery platforms, which may have seemed state-of-the-art just a few years ago but now look increasingly obsolete. Third, there is a growing consensus in law departments that technology is the most important factor in driving operational efficiency. The most recent Altman Weil survey of chief legal officers makes this crystal clear, revealing that “[o]f ten options to improve law department efficiency, the most common response…is a greater use of technology tools.”


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David CarnsDavid Carns is the Chief Revenue Officer of Casepoint. He joined Casepoint as a Director of Client Services in 2010, rose the ranks to Chief Strategy Officer until his most recent promotion in 2019. In addition to being a recovering attorney, David possesses a lifelong passion for technology and its advancements. His career has always found him at the intersection of technology and the legal field given his intimate knowledge of both. Today, David leads Casepoint in its global sales and marketing strategy with foresight. In addition to business development strategy, David is very well-versed in Casepoint’s solution and technological prowess. David is attuned with the Casepoint application and its development since inception. He has also been on the client-side of the Casepoint application in his previous positions. Prior to joining Casepoint, David Carns’ positions included Director of Practice Technology at a premier global law firm, Technology Consultant, and Director of Technology. Carns holds a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from DePauw University.ou can connect with her on LinkedIn.

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Stoel Rives Selects Casepoint to Replace Relativity in Nationwide eDiscovery Contract
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Stoel Rives Selects Casepoint to Replace Relativity in Nationwide eDiscovery Contract

Tysons, VA – September 12, 2018 – Casepoint LLC, a leader in enterprise eDiscovery technology, announced today it has been selected by Stoel Rives, a leading U.S. corporate and litigation law firm with more than 350 attorneys, to replace the firm’s on-premise Relativity solution with Casepoint’s advanced, cloud-based eDiscovery platform. Casepoint will provide comprehensive eDiscovery products and services across the firm’s ten offices in seven states. The selection was the result of an extensive, one-year evaluation process involving assessments by the firm’s information security, litigation support, and litigation practice teams.  

Stoel Rives will begin migrating its Relativity databases to Casepoint within the next two weeks, utilizing Casepoint’s migration technology.  The firm will decommission its substantial Relativity environment, since it can now rely on Casepoint’s cloud-based platform for all of its eDiscovery needs. Casepoint will also provide training and support across the firm to provide a smooth transition and ensure the platform is utilized to its fullest potential. Along with the migration of existing matters, new eDiscovery matters are already being added to Casepoint on a daily basis.

“The choice to switch to Casepoint from Relativity was clear to us,” said Kelly Roberts, Director of Practice Support.  “Casepoint’s functionality, ease-of-use, and advanced technology allows our attorneys to be more effective and efficient.  This in turn, allows us to improve our end result to clients, while also providing them with a lower total cost of eDiscovery. In addition, moving to Casepoint provided the firm with a significant reduction in total cost of ownership, and allowed us to immediately provide our clients the benefit of lower eDiscovery costs, making it the clear choice for our eDiscovery needs.”

“The award of this contract from Stoel Rives is significant as it continues to demonstrate that clients trust Casepoint to provide a robust, highly scalable platform to meet their holistic eDiscovery needs,” said Haresh Bhungalia, CEO of Casepoint. “We have over a decade of experience providing organizations with secure, cutting-edge litigation solutions, from the earliest stages of discovery through trial. We look forward to partnering with Stoel Rives to deliver the latest eDiscovery technology and services in a cost efficient manner.”

As a company who focuses on continuous innovation, the Casepoint platform has introduced a number of industry “firsts” over the years. It was the first comprehensive platform to seamlessly integrate every phase of discovery. It was also the first with analytics, AI, and TAR capabilities seamlessly built into its advanced cloud-based architecture. Already the fastest platform in the industry, Casepoint has doubled its speed and is leaping ahead of its own innovation with features like native cloud architecture, built-in AI for early case assessment and review, auto-provisioning, auto-scaling, and web API architecture.

About Casepoint

Casepoint is a technology company focused on the digital transformation of litigation discovery. Casepoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery platform removes significant barriers from the discovery process, enabling legal teams to focus on the art of litigation. Features of Casepoint include a full-strength review platform with artificial intelligence pre-installed, cloud analytics and collections, and robust data processing capabilities all in a single technology platform. Based in the United States and with offices in three continents, Casepoint is repeatedly chosen by leading law firms, multinational corporations, and public sector clients for their largest, end-to-end discovery needs. Casepoint is smarter eDiscovery.

About Stoel Rives

Stoel Rives is a leading U.S. corporate and litigation law firm. One of the largest national firms focused on energy, natural resources, climate change and the environment, Stoel Rives also serves the agribusiness, food and beverage, healthcare, life sciences, and technology industries. With more than 350 attorneys operating out of ten offices in seven states and the District of Columbia, Stoel Rives is a leader in regulatory and compliance matters, and business, labor and employment, intellectual property, land use, and real estate development and construction law.

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6 Signs you need to switch from your current eDiscovery platform

Do you feel as if you are forever playing catch-up with eDiscovery? As if the more you struggle to meet eDiscovery challenges head on, the harder the ground you’re standing on tries to suck you under?

That’s because on-premises eDiscovery platforms and siloed technologies mire your progress like quicksand. These solutions don’t adapt well to today’s ever-changing conditions. They may address specific issues, but they fail to meet your most basic needs for growth. In fact, the more you grow, the more you pay in fees and charges.

On the other hand, cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) eDiscovery platforms offer cost savings, flexibility, and security. SaaS technologies are designed to provide affordable scalability. If you suspect your current eDiscovery platform is holding you back, look for these six signs that you’re heading deeper into the quicksand, and learn how a SaaS platform solves the same challenges while helping you progress toward eDiscovery success.

1. You experience repetitive, costly maintenance issues.

These issues stem from the fact that most on-premises eDiscovery platforms are expensive to maintain. With the speed of technology innovation being what it is, your on-premises solution also becomes dated very quickly. The repetitive need for testing, deployment of patches, and software version upgrades is one reason annual vendor maintenance and tech support fees are so high. These activities are also disruptive to business operations and a drain on your IT team. Yet, you have to wait for software improvements, which are offered perhaps once yearly. As the amount of data grows, pressure on computing capacity and speed builds and your system’s efficiency decreases.

The overall decrease in efficiency leads to an increase in your platform’s Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). The TCO of a platform derives from the upfront pricing combined with the long-term maintenance costs. Calculations include direct costs such as hardware, software, and vendor fees. They also include indirect costs such as training, downtime, and other intangibles. In fact, most IT costs occur after initial purchase.

An on-premises eDiscovery platform requires initial and ongoing expenses and recurring fees such as:

Initial Expenses:

  • Purchase servers and supporting infrastructure
  • Software installation cost and downtime
  • Staff training

Recurring Fees:

  • Vendor annual maintenance fees
  • Vendor tech support fees
  • User seats or licenses

Ongoing Expenses:

  • Computing power and cooling
  • Physical space
  • Data backup and storage
  • Additional IT staff and duties

A SaaS platform eliminates the majority of these costs while simultaneously reducing disruption. Generally, you need only a laptop and access to the internet to make use of all its offerings. The vendor is responsible for all software maintenance. Updates are instant, giving you immediate access to new features.

In fact, one of the biggest benefits of cloud-based eDiscovery platforms is that they decrease TCO, especially after you factor in the additional cost savings they bring in streamlining review and production.

Why so much focus on costs? Because recent trends show they matter. Law department leaders are doing more to improve internal efficiencies, manage outside resources, and control costs. General counsel and compliance officers cite controlling costs, including the management of eDiscovery spending, as a critical issue in their litigation departments.

They turn to technology to make necessary improvements. Altman Weil’s 2017 Chief Legal Officer Survey showed that the most frequently used efficiency tactic in law departments is a greater use of technology tools, named by 58% of all respondents and by 81% of departments with over 50 lawyers. Meanwhile, Altman Weil’s 2018 Law Firms in Transition Survey revealed that 70% of law firms are losing business to corporate law departments in-sourcing legal work.

Whether you’re an in-house legal team member looking to reduce costs and improve efficiencies, or a law firm leader who recognizes the need to offer more value through effective eDiscovery services to corporate clients, SaaS eDiscovery platforms are an important strategy for meeting your goals.

2. You’re adding endless tools to your system.

Many vendors say they offer “end-to-end” eDiscovery technologies. Only later do you discover that the capabilities you need are only available at an additional cost.  TAR, analytics, or Artificial Intelligence are imperative to any discovery workflow but when it comes to your eDiscovery solution, they’re either add-ons or not even included in the software you purchased.  Your vendor may suggest add-ons to your current system. Or, you may purchase and integrate other software tools on your own. Every option requires more work and more expense.

The fragmented approach is not only costly but also creates inefficiencies and introduces risks not experienced with a truly end-to-end solution. For example, integrating various apps and software requires additional time and resources, especially when compatibility issues arise. As data migrates to and from multiple tools, risks for spoliation arise. Data security and privacy risks increase. Tracking activities that include multiple data transfers makes defensibility much more difficult as well.

With an all-in-one platform, you complete the entire eDiscovery process, from collection to production, using one platform. You have access to the latest technology and innovation all in one place. Informative dashboard, reporting options, faster technology-assisted review, more automated processes, and advanced data analytics seamlessly side by side.

3. You’re paying extra fees to complete your projects.

As if all those add-ons weren’t inefficient enough, they include added cost. You incur additional fees to meet your project needs. Vendors often charge additional fees for basic needs like creating TIFF images or performing OCR on documents. Worse, they sometimes charge rush fees to complete tasks more quickly. eDiscovery moves at the speed of litigation and it is frustrating to be charged additional fees simply to complete necessary tasks.

The all-in-one characteristic of SaaS eDiscovery platforms extends to costs as well. Every capability and every option is covered in one price with clear parameters on the features included. And, improvements occur without disrupting your business because with a SaaS platform, new features can be automatically added to your existing framework.

4. Growth is restricted by user-license fees.

eDiscovery is a core part of modern litigation that often requires additional personnel, the hiring of contract attorneys, and collaboration with outside parties. But the high cost of additional user-license fees associated in some eDiscovery tools restricts your abilities to work with others. Incurring additional licensing fees every time you need to add a user severely limits your ability to scale, throttling the fuel source for growth.

An eDiscovery platform with unlimited user licensing can scale with your company’s caseload and project needs. Common pricing models include subscription services and charges based on usage or access to features. Fluctuations in personnel needed to manage each project no longer cause additional expenses; nor do they leave you with extra seats you’ve paid for but no longer use.

5. You receive subpar vendor support.

eDiscovery vendors typically offer tech support. Unfortunately, it is sometimes provided by support staff with limited exposure to litigation, eDiscovery processes or even the technology they’re supposed to support. Representatives also frequently change, which means you’re always working with someone who isn’t familiar with your business or the matters you handle.

Your eDiscovery vendor should provide consistent support from professionals who know more than just how the software functions. Representatives who are also attorneys or legal industry veterans, experienced in litigation and eDiscovery provide the higher level of care necessary to support your process. Dedicated project managers and technologists guided by strict quality protocols during data collection, review, analysis, and production understand your needs and how to meet them.

6. Your data and systems are exposed to security risks.

Extensive data breaches regularly fill the news cycles. Constant security is paramount for data integrity in eDiscovery. An on-premises software places the entire burden on your internal IT team.

Cloud technologies offer 24/7 protection from intrusions and breaches using the most recent security updates available. The ability to maintain distinct identity and access control is key when defensibility issues are at stake. Your eDiscovery vendor should be able to demonstrate complete compliance with all data privacy and security regulations in every district, state and nation in which you do business.

It’s imperative to identify the security accreditations at all levels of your eDiscovery platform: the company, the data center, and the web application levels. Accreditation or certification for one level does not mean the vendor is certified in others as well.

Encryption should be practiced at all levels. Maintaining the latest ISO 27001:2013 Certification across both the company and the data center level is another marker for solid security. SOC 2 Type II Accreditation at both levels is essential.

The fiduciary responsibility for you and your clients’ data must not be taken lightly. Instead of burdening your internal IT staff, let your service provider put their team of experts on it. Ensure that their people, processes, and technology are all secure.

Progress with a true end-to-end solution

Do you recognize your business in any of these situations? These are common indications that your eDiscovery needs are not being met effectively:

  1. You experience repetitive, costly maintenance issues.
  2. You’re adding yet another tool to your system.
  3. You’re paying extra fees to complete your projects.
  4. Growth is restricted by user-license fees.
  5. You receive subpar vendor support.
  6. Your data and systems are exposed to security risks

If so, it’s time to take a look at the benefits of a truly end-to-end SaaS eDiscovery platform. Streamlined processes, increased efficiencies, lower total costs, and better support are just a few of the advantages law firms and in-house counsel experience when they make the switch. And you’ll be relieved to finally move forward on solid ground.


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Optimizing Every Step of eDiscovery: Right-sizing your litigation budget

Whether you handle small contract disputes or large, complex litigation, at some point, you are likely to receive an invoice for eDiscovery services. This may come to you as an attorney directly handling a litigation budget or as an outside counsel working with a client.  You all may experience some sticker shock or you may have already been expecting the worst. Inevitably, regardless of your situation, everyone will ask: “Where is all of this money going?”

By now, the eDiscovery process has evolved to the point where any matter will follow a standard lifecycle of costs. These are basic services that you will almost always need and simple strategies for controlling or decreasing your costs.

Collection

Collection takes time and resources (i.e., money) to figure out what data you need and how to acquire it. Can you rely on internal personnel to perform a defensible, forensic collection of email and documents stored on a network? Would they be able to handle these responsibilities with advice and assistance from your eDiscovery provider? Worst case scenario: do you need to hire a collection expert to ensure that the data is collected in a defensible matter in order to avoid spoliation? Collection service providers are going to be the priciest option because you will be paying for their professional expertise and expenses.

But traditional TAR 1.0 also has drawbacks, chief among them the need to review randomly selected sample document sets or seed sets, and to do so multiple times. These sample sets sometimes include documents with low value (e.g., vague text or text unrelated to any other documents), and that means you need to perform multiple iterations of these sample reviews to achieve the desired accuracy. The use of randomly selected samples also means that human reviewers don’t have the opportunity to provide feedback to the machine learning models by introducing documents of higher value that are outside of the prescribed samples. And in fact, a chief complaint from users of TAR 1.0 is that it takes too many iterations and, ultimately, too much time to reach targets for accuracy.

Cost-Saving Tip

Use internal resources as much as possible without sacrificing the integrity of your data. This could call for some frank conversations so you do not underestimate or overestimate resources.

Processing

Once you have collected the data it needs to be processed into an efficiently reviewable format. Costs will vary widely here because there are several pricing models employed by different service providers: by GB (i.e., size), flat fee or bundled (e.g., with hosting, production, etc.).

Cost-Saving Tip

Any shortcuts in processing – excluding certain large file types, for example — could result in cost savings but might also lead to additional processing down the road. While not a bad strategy, decisions should be made carefully. Pool your data as much as possible before sending it out for processing if you are being charged technical time for this service. Sending a few GB each day instead of once a week will inflate your technical time costs. Depending on how data is being processed, a small load can take as much time as a large load.

Hosting

The amount of data collected and subsequently processed impacts your final hosting size. Hosting may well end up being one of your largest, long-term costs. Data hosting is necessary to have a document review platform which you will undoubtedly need to get through your document collection efficiently. Pricing models will either break this cost out as a line item based on size or may bundle it with other services. Either way, hosting will be a part of your ongoing eDiscovery costs.

Cost-Saving Tip

Use service providers with the capacity to let you perform Early Case Assessment (ECA). Look for ways to cull data from review as much as possible, based on criteria such as date range, email domains, file types or search terms. The goal is to reduce your data in ECA, remove it from hosting and only place what could be potentially responsive into review for long-term hosting.

Review

During the course of your document review, where you will be spending the majority of your time on the case, you will start to incur professional services: technical, project management, legal (contract attorneys vs. firm/in-house lawyers). Professional services are usually priced hourly unless they are bundled into an all-in pricing model or flat fee.  The hourly rates can vary, but the quantity of hours can be a major concern as the amount needed to complete your discovery is largely unpredictable.

Cost-Saving Tip

Try to remove some people from the equation. Is there an in-house team that could manage the document review? Can you use smart tools in your review platform (without adding extra costs) such as Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to prioritize or reduce your review set?  Use providers that do not charge user fees for reviewers. If you do end up needing a large team, that is one cost variable you will not need to consider.

Production

There are variable costs here primarily linked to chosen production format. For example, do you want your production images in color or will black and white suffice? It is common knowledge that color files are surprisingly larger than black and white. Larger data equals larger hosting size and thus likely increased costs. Pricing model will also be a factor here. Consider whether you are being charged by page, by production data size or technical time.

Cost-Saving Tip

Design your production plan around your pricing model. Rolling productions are fine to manage monthly bills (i.e., charges spread out across several invoices) if you are billed per page or volume size. If you are paying for technical time, follow the advice for pooling processing requests (i.e., no producing one document per day, if at all possible).

Post-Production

Even after discovery has closed, you will likely need to keep your documents accessible until the matter has been completely resolved. This means you will continue to incur hosting costs and potentially some professional services as well. At this point, you should consider how long you need to keep your documents online and how you will need to use them. You may be able to pare down the data being hosted.

Cost-Saving Tip

There are actually many clients who let their data sit and incur hosting costs even after they stop needing access to it. It is possible to archive document collections in formats that can easily be restored to your document review platform if needed. That may be the end of your hosting costs.

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In summary, think about cost savings in terms of data size and professional services. Wherever you can minimize these factors, it is wise to do so.  Unfortunately, not all matters lend themselves to careful budgeting and the use of cost-saving strategies. There may be factors out of your control that inevitably inflate your discovery budget halfway through your case (e.g., going from 50 custodians to 300).  If you have done a thoughtful selection of an eDiscovery provider, you will be in the best position to deal with such situations. Along the way, do not hesitate to ask your provider for help managing your costs. They should be creative and even pro-active in doing so. After all, they want you to send that next 300 custodian matter to them!

 

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Casepoint beats Relativity to drive major antitrust case

What was the business challenge?

To reduce 8 TB of data comprising over 15 million documents to a reasonable size for hundreds of attorneys to review. 9 million of these documents were in Japanese. There was also a need to support co-counsel across multiple geographies and time zones with expert Project Management.

How did Casepoint deliver?

Casepoint won the selection process hands down over Relativity and other major eDiscovery providers. A stellar reputation for strong Project Management was key, alongside a simple, predictable pricing structure and 100% cloud-based technology which offers a powerful combination of built in features:

  • Big Data analytics and Early Case Assessment (ECA)
  • Technology Assisted Review (TAR)
  • Accessibility on any device, any browser, any time

Casepoint can search through Japanese text as easily as English. It has supported 100 legal case workers who have been concurrently reviewing the matter over the last year.

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