Chicago, IL (eDiscoveryTimes) January 07, 2014 – Berger Schatz has chosen Nextpoint to be the firm-wide provider of in-house eDiscovery collections, review, and trial presentation technology. By joining the Nextpoint Select Partner Program, Berger Schatz attorneys and litigation support staff now have the advanced legal technology and training needed to evolve their law practice and deliver next-generation service to all of their clients. With the benefit of Nextpoint training, Berger Schatz attorneys can begin collecting, processing, reviewing, and stamping electronic evidence for litigation the moment a matter is launched.
Like hundreds of law firms, Chicago-based Berger Schatz is faced with the growing challenge of managing electronic evidence through all phases of litigation. As a family law practice, the firm focuses on complex cases for high-value clients, which demands quickly uploading and processing large volumes of sensitive information. That’s why the firm chose Nextpoint’s cloud-based litigation technology for their in-house solution. Nextpoint’s platform gives the firm’s lawyers unlimited data storage, immediate access, unlimited processing power, and the vital evidence management technology they need. And that’s all at the lowest price point in the industry.
Nextpoint’s all-new Nextpoint Select Partner enterprise pricing program makes eDiscovery, trial, and social media archiving services dramatically more efficient, affordable and accessible to all. The Select program offers tiered pricing, lower cost, dedicated support, and predictable billing for matters of all size. And as social media and website content is increasingly important in all types of family law matters, Nextpoint’s industry-leading cloud collection software gives Berger Schatz staff the ability to capture and process any type of web content for litigation.
Through the Select Program, Nextpoint is now part of the Berger Schatz team, helping the firm move to the next level of in-house capabilities. “Our philosophy has always been straightforward and simple – litigation technology should be affordable and predictable for all size matters and organizations,” says Nextpoint CEO Rakesh Madhava. “As one of the premier family law firms of its kind, Berger Schatz is going to have the advanced technology they need to manage client data so that their attorneys can focus on what they do best- serving their clients.”
Thanks to this partnership, Berger Schatz will be able to more easily collect social media accounts and locate and manage important critical case data for their extensive client base. “We’re thrilled to bring Nextpoint into our firm as our in-house solution for managing our client data and evidence for all types of matters,” says Managing Partner Leon Finkel. “Nextpoint offers secure data storage and the most advanced litigation software technology available to our staff on demand, which is going to allow us to continue offering the most effective and cost-efficient service possible to our clients.”
Changing the Conversation in eDiscovery
The growing cost to process, review, and produce evidence for litigation is a major concern for law firms and their clients. The Nextpoint Select Partner Program is changing that dynamic. Nextpoint Select offers complete training and support to ensure Select partners can use the platform effectively and control the cost and complexity of any matter.
By adopting Nextpoint eDiscovery and litigation technology, legal departments, law firms, and all litigation-related service providers can move to an affordable, effective, cloud-based service, leaving outdated legacy software behind. While the technology powering most litigation is more than 30 years old, Nextpoint’s patented technology platform is built on a modern cloud computing architecture that delivers unlimited computing power, unlimited processing power, and unlimited data storage at one predictable price.
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