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BIG Improvements to Nextpoint Search Tools

BIG Improvements to Nextpoint Search Tools 1000 699 Michael Beumer

We’ve just made searching through your data even easier. In 2017, we completed some major enhancements to the Nextpoint search engine which dramatically increased the speed of search results (we went from really fast to super fast). Today we rolled out some fantastic interface changes to make it simpler for users to deploy complex searches…

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Exciting Fall 2017 Nextpoint Feature Releases

Exciting Fall 2017 Nextpoint Feature Releases 1000 840 Rakesh Madhava

In the next week we’re rolling out some exciting new Nextpoint features that deliver dynamic analytics tools and substantially faster and easier upload of data.   User-Driven Development We started the process by listening to our users and documenting specific workflows that get work done faster, easier and with less stress. We’re rolling out changes…

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Nextpoint Partners

6 Ways Litigation Support Makes Attorneys Better

6 Ways Litigation Support Makes Attorneys Better 1000 667 Rakesh Madhava

Litigation support delivers a real boost to your firm’s productivity enabling attorneys to focus on delivering great legal work. When lawyers have access to great technology support, it helps win new clients, deliver strategic advantages in litigation, and ultimately can add to a firm’s bottom line. For smaller firms, litigation support is a force multiplier,…

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Early-Case-Assessment

7 Early Data Assessment Tactics to Reduce eDiscovery Expenses

7 Early Data Assessment Tactics to Reduce eDiscovery Expenses 1000 635 Alex Braun

You can tell a lot about files on a computer before you even open them. That’s the premise that makes data reduction possible prior to discovery review—in a stage commonly referred to as early data assessment. As summarized by Inside Counsel, “The idea behind EDA is to determine the types of data to be potentially…

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A Best Practices Guide for Managing eDiscovery Collections

A Best Practices Guide for Managing eDiscovery Collections 1000 437 Michael Beumer

Are you directing your eDiscovery collections with maximum efficiency and speed? Data collection can be the most complex and technically rigorous of all eDiscovery phases. It involves the extraction of potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) from its native source into a separate, secure repository for review. The collection process should be comprehensive without being over-inclusive. It…

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Webinar: Collaboration Tips for Deposition and Motion Prep

Webinar: Collaboration Tips for Deposition and Motion Prep 150 150 Alex Braun

Daniel D’Angelo – Nextpoint After the review and production phases of discovery are complete, a lot of people must collaboratively work with produced evidence to prepare a strong case. Keeping them coordinated is often a challenge, particularly when you’re working with expert witnesses and counsel outside of your own firm. Thankfully, plenty of technology and…

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Discovery Meet & Confer

eDiscovery Planning: Winning the Rule 26(f) Meet-and-Confer

eDiscovery Planning: Winning the Rule 26(f) Meet-and-Confer 2500 1668 Tricia Boguslawski

Rule 26(f) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure requires that parties meet early in a litigation to negotiate an eDiscovery plan that will reduce costs and burdens for each side. In 2009, the Sedona Conference issued its own proclamation encouraging such cooperation. Still, many lawyers enter eDiscovery without a detailed understanding of their client’s ESI or a…

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Attorney Ethics Cloud Computing

Does Legal Cloud Computing Create Ethical Issues for Attorneys?

Does Legal Cloud Computing Create Ethical Issues for Attorneys? 1000 667 Alex Braun

As is often the case with new technologies, the concept of storing legal data in the cloud battled its share of skeptics before it gained wide acceptance from vendors and law firms alike. Let’s face it, the imagery it conjures up isn’t great (clouds seem pretty out in the open), and for the technophobic, there…

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Lawyers Love Technology

Deep Down, Lawyers Love Technology

Deep Down, Lawyers Love Technology 1000 674 Rakesh Madhava

For lawyers, there is a decided focus on the past. Precedent is the godhead. Show a lawyer technology that helps them better present their argument (PowerPoint, tablets, laser pointers), and they want it. NOW. Introduce telephony that improves the speed of lawyer-client communication (Blackberry, iPhone), and they will embrace it wholly. The legal industry has…

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Lawyers in legal tech?

Does Legal Tech Really Need More Lawyers?

Does Legal Tech Really Need More Lawyers? 1000 667 Rakesh Madhava

Software built for lawyers by lawyers — a number of legal tech startups have recently etched this on their marketing sandwich boards. And, a recent thought-provoking post on Lawyerist.com suggested the underlying problem with legal technology is that there aren’t enough lawyers actually employed by companies in the legal tech space. Sam Harden writes that until we “see…

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