In case you’ve not tried it yet, let me remind you about our web conferencing service. This service enables you to conduct depositions remotely from the convenience of a laptop, desktop, or a mobile device in your own office.
The witness is located at the same location as the court reporter, allowing attorneys to remain at their offices while conducting the deposition.
• Improved law firm efficiency due to time saved
• Significant cost savings on travel and equipment
• Great ease of use; special equipment is not required
Try it the next time you are unable to travel to your deposition!
Why I Love Predictive Coding: Making Document Review Fun Again
By Ralph Losey
Many lawyers and technologists like predictive coding and recommend it to their colleagues. They have good reasons. It has worked for them. It has allowed them to do e-discovery reviews in an effective, cost-efficient manner, especially the big projects. That is true for me too, but that is not why I love predictive coding. My feelings come from the excitement, fun, and amazement that often arise from seeing it in action, first hand. I love watching the predictive coding features in my software find documents that I could never have found on my own. I love the way the AI in the software helps me to do the impossible. I really love how it makes me far smarter and skilled than I really am.
A Quick Reference Guide to Understanding eDiscovery Pricing
By Kelly Twigger
One of the biggest challenges in purchasing ediscovery services is trying to make an apples-to-apples comparison between providers, platforms, and services, including their pricing. It’s a feat that’s next to impossible.
Buying ediscovery services is a lot like buying a car — when you walk away from the deal, you want to be happy with what you paid and the quality you received for the price. Anything less leaves you with a bad taste in your mouth and many generalizations about car dealers (or ediscovery service providers) that you feel fine sharing with your compatriots.