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Better Deposition Transcript Management Can Win Your Case

Better Deposition Transcript Management Can Win Your Case 1000 668 David Daskal

When it comes to managing deposition transcripts, no software platform handles them better than Nextpoint. The reason is simple. Nextpoint started as a trial services company 20 years ago, and pretrial litigation workflows are in our DNA. Our product and engineering teams have two decades of experience building innovative software to simplify and expedite the…

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Meet Our Highly-Rated eDiscovery & Litigation ‘Nextperts’

Meet Our Highly-Rated eDiscovery & Litigation ‘Nextperts’ 1000 600 Connor Jenkins

Our data strategy experts make your mountains into molehills. Our mission is to not only provide you with intuitive, easy-to-use eDiscovery & litigation software, but also advisory technical services if and when you need them. We’re client-centric, and everything we do – from our broad range of services to product development – starts with solving…

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New Partnership with ACEDS eDiscovery Training and Certification

New Partnership with ACEDS eDiscovery Training and Certification 800 400 David Daskal

It’s Spring. The flowers are blooming. And kids everywhere are anxiously awaiting the summer break from school. But we at Nextpoint never take a break from eDiscovery education. In fact, we are very excited to announce a brand new partnership with ACEDS, the nation’s leading eDiscovery training and certification professional association. eDiscovery Training and Certification…

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Native File Exports and Productions: Planning for Success

Native File Exports and Productions: Planning for Success 800 252 David Daskal

Before we get into the topic of native file exports – does the term “native files” strike anyone else as a bit oxymoronic? To me, “native” denotes original, first, new, beginning – while “files” suggests history, organization, hierarchy. Something “native” shouldn’t have files yet! Just one more reason why this subject can be confusing. As…

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Nextpoint Ranks as eDiscovery Software Market Leader in G2 2021 Winter Report

Nextpoint Ranks as eDiscovery Software Market Leader in G2 2021 Winter Report 1024 550 David Daskal

We here at Nextpoint are of two minds about tooting our own horn. On the one hand, we’re more in the camp of “walk softly and carry a big stick.” On the other hand, we are genuinely proud of the feedback we’ve been receiving and think it could make a difference to anyone considering us…

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Effective Document Review

Effective eDiscovery Document Review Guidebook

Effective eDiscovery Document Review Guidebook 1000 600 Michael Beumer

This free guide is full of best-practice tips for reviewing electronic evidence, protecting privilege and winning ediscovery. Before we get into the tactics and strategy of modern document review, it is important to remember the exact purpose of the review phase in discovery. According to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26, any party may…

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eDiscovery Document Review: Getting Results

eDiscovery Document Review: Getting Results 1000 657 Michael Beumer

DOC REVIEW Part III: Finding Responsive Documents in Your Evidence If you’ve read part one and two of our three-part Document Review series, you can understand why the review process is the most time consuming, error prone, and costly part of eDiscovery. However, it is also the most important and potentially rewarding phase. It’s the…

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eDiscovery Document Review: Search & Privilege

eDiscovery Document Review: Searching for Success

eDiscovery Document Review: Searching for Success 1000 667 Michael Beumer

DOC REVIEW PART II: Organizing Your Evidence & Protecting Privilege Before we get too deep into our three part series on Document Review, let’s ask, why is document review even necessary? According to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 26, any party may obtain discovery regarding any non-privileged information that is relevant to a legal…

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eDiscovery Organization & Insight: Introducing Folder Categories

eDiscovery Organization & Insight: Introducing Folder Categories 1303 597 Michael Beumer

If you’ve been reading our three-part blog series on document review, you know that the ultimate goal of ediscovery is not just to search, find, and present relevant documents. ediscovery is about organizing and making sense of an otherwise disorganized collection of evidence.   We’re excited to unveil our completed redesign that delivers more powerful…

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eDiscovery Document Review Strategy

eDiscovery Document Review: Strategy Is Half the Battle

eDiscovery Document Review: Strategy Is Half the Battle 1000 667 Michael Beumer

DOCUMENT REVIEW SERIES / PART ONE When most people think about ediscovery, they probably imagine a lawyer staring intently at a computer screen, hoping to find an incriminating document in a massive database of collected files. If that is your mental image, what you are picturing is the document review phase of ediscovery. However, if…

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