Litigation Software

How One Man Conquered the Litigation Services and Technology Industry: Part I

January 15, 2013 // 1 Comment

The Lucas Mageno Journey From Southern California Rock Bands to Furniture Sales to Litigation Services As the founder of iDiscover and Capital Digital Document Solutions, Lucas Mageno has had a long term and visible impact on shaping the litigation technology and services industry in the United States.  However, you may […]

New Generation eDiscovery Software Increases Knowledge Worker Productivity and Enables Defensible Data Destruction

December 7, 2012 // 0 Comments

In today’s information based world economy, Electronically Stored Information (ESI) is the new lifeblood that enterprises use to power mission-critical operations and drive strategic business decisions. Stored in multiple geographic locations across the world in different file formats across multiple technologies and growing exponentially every day, management of ESI has […]

Daegis Enters the Computer Assisted eDiscovery Race as the Legal Market Reaches the Tipping Point

October 19, 2012 // 0 Comments

Daegis, a leading provider of eDiscovery software and services, has joined the rush to Computer Assisted eDiscovery and announced the launch of its Apache Hadoop-based Technology Assisted Review (TAR) solution known as Acumen.   According to Daegis, Acumen is designed to reduce the high costs associated with document review while increasing […]

Catalyst Repository Systems Continues Its Successful Journey as a Leading Provider of Cloud-Based eDiscovery Technology

October 18, 2012 // 1 Comment

Catalyst has traveled a long and interesting road since John Tredennick, their founder and CEO, spun the company out of Holland & Hart in 2000 after supporting several complex eDiscovery projects within the law firm. Over the past 12 years, Catalyst has continuously improved its eDiscovery technology throughout the eDiscovery lifecycle, processed terabytes of […]

Top 5 Information Governance and eDiscovery Concerns of CIOs in 2013

October 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

Faced with increasing volumes of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and pressure from Board of Directors to support and enforce legal and compliance requirements, CIOs from some of the largest enterprises in the world are finally focusing on the Information Governance and eDiscovery requirements facing their global operations. According to the […]

eDSG Study of the Global 250 indicates that CIOs are Focused on Legal Hold and Collection of Evidence Throughout the Enterprise over the Next 12 Months

September 24, 2012 // 0 Comments

As enterprise content that may potentially be evidence and therefore relevant to eDiscovery resides not only in conventional, structured storage like email and SharePoint, but also increasingly in social media, unmanaged share drives, external file sharing services and individual laptops, smart phones and tablets, Chief Information Officers (CIOs) in collaboration […]

The Best Place to Perform Technology Assisted Review (TAR)

June 26, 2012 // 1 Comment

The resulsts of eDiscovery Solutions Group (eDSG) Weekly Survey on “Where is your Technology Assisted Review (TAR) done?” are in and they reveal that 43% of the respondents are outsourcing  their Technology Assisted Review (TAR) to third party document review providers.  These results seem to be somewhat contradictory to the prime objective and […]

New Litigation Software Review Site

August 27, 2008 // 0 Comments

With the potential changes to The Socha–Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, I started to research alternatives for substanttive research on litigation technology. I am pleased to report that I have found LitiReview by Launched in August of 2008, LitiReviews boasts the largest collection of free legal and litigation software reviews […]