litigation software

Law Firm Evolution: Scopelitis Chooses Nextpoint to Provide Litigation Service to Transportation Businesses Across the U.S.

Law Firm Evolution: Scopelitis Chooses Nextpoint to Provide Litigation Service to Transportation Businesses Across the U.S. 150 150 Jason Krause

National Transportation Law Firm Joins Nextpoint Select Program to Help Manage Fast-Moving Matters The Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary law firm has chosen Nextpoint to be a firm-wide provider of in-house eDiscovery collections, review, and trial presentation technology. By joining the Nextpoint Select Partner Program, Scopelitis simplifies litigation for small and medium-sized clients. With…

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Bringing Litigation Technology Into the 21st Century

Bringing Litigation Technology Into the 21st Century 150 150 Michael Beumer

Just a few years ago, the New York Times predicted that an army of robots would put attorneys out of work. It’s an interesting premise, and there may be some truth in it. But in my experience in legal technology, the real challenge is not that technology is taking over legal tasks. It is that,…

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12 Questions to Ask Any Cloud Provider About eDiscovery

12 Questions to Ask Any Cloud Provider About eDiscovery 150 150 Jason Krause

eDiscovery and cloud computing go hand-in-hand. Need convincing? Then download the definitive guide to eDiscovery in the cloud today. As the leading provider of cloud computing software for litigation, eDiscovery review, and archiving, we have a lot to say on the subject. As we announced recently, we have been awarded the U.S. Patent for using cloud technology for litigation.…

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In eDiscovery, Small Firms Aren't Disadvantaged

In eDiscovery, Small Firms Aren't Disadvantaged 150 150 Jason Krause

Small firms might imagine eDiscovery is like a John Grisham movie, where a plucky young attorney practicing law in a rundown office is hopelessly outgunned by a large, well-heeled law firm. There certainly was a time when big law firms could count on bigger budgets and staff to out-muscle opposing counsel at smaller law firms.…

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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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