eDiscovery

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Why the Internet is Crushing eDiscovery

Why the Internet is Crushing eDiscovery 1000 667 Jason Krause

More than a decade ago, at the end of the dotcom boom, I wrote an article called “Has the Net Stopped Growing?” At the time it was a shocking thing to consider, since the incredible economic growth of the previous decade had been built largely on the fantastic growth of the Internet. It was a temporary hiccup, because…

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Keeping eDiscovery in Proportion

Keeping eDiscovery in Proportion 150 150 Jason Krause

  • Trial Tips from Nextpoint •  One of the most devilish problems in litigation is proportionality – figuring out how to keep the cost of managing evidence in control while serving the interests of justice. Courts have made it clear any party has a duty to maintain potentially relevant evidence as soon as any future…

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Judge Scheindlin Brings the eDiscovery Drama

Judge Scheindlin Brings the eDiscovery Drama 150 150 Jason Krause

Some high drama recently hit the insular world of eDiscovery. Or, at least what passes for drama at an academic conference featuring federal judges. According to legal blogger Ralph Losey, Judge Shira Scheindlin, easily the most respected judge on discovery-related matters, told the audience at the recent Georgetown eDiscovery Conference that she was, “disappointed that the…

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Nextpoint's 2012 Litigation Technology Year in Review

Nextpoint's 2012 Litigation Technology Year in Review 150 150 Jason Krause

2012 was a year of radical change for the legal technology industry. Law firms remained under intense pricing pressure, forcing lawyers to consider new business and billing models. Meanwhile, technology continues to advance, offering the industry new platforms and tools that can save the profession from the ongoing challenges and pressures it faces. Through it all, Nextpoint…

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Why Legal Cloud Computing Is the Only Solution for eDiscovery

Why Legal Cloud Computing Is the Only Solution for eDiscovery 1000 674 Michael Beumer

We’ve been saying for years that the only way for the legal system to deal with the volumes of information available for discovery is legal cloud computing. If you are a Nextpoint user or just friendly follower, we are preaching to the choir. It seems like such an obvious proposition that perhaps we take it…

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Nextpoint Introduces Webmail Import Option Across Litigation Technology Platform

Nextpoint Introduces Webmail Import Option Across Litigation Technology Platform 150 150 Jason Krause

New feature makes it simple to import popular web email like Gmail or Yahoo Mail into Trial Cloud and Discovery Cloud platform.   December 11, 2012 – Nextpoint, Inc., the nation’s leading provider of cloud-based regulatory, compliance, and litigation software, has automated the import of email from web services into Discovery Cloud ™, and Trial Cloud™ services. This…

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