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Best Ediscovery Software: Nextpoint Named Momentum Leader and Market Leader

Nextpoint Named Ediscovery Software Market Leader in G2 Spring Report

Nextpoint Named Ediscovery Software Market Leader in G2 Spring Report 1024 551 Elizabeth Guthrie

In the latest reports from G2, Nextpoint ranks among the best ediscovery software as a market leader and force of momentum in the legal tech industry. Every quarter, the online review platform G2 generates new reports on the top ediscovery software providers in the market. Based on user reviews collected through March 1st, Nextpoint was…

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Nextpoint Ranks as Ediscovery Software Market Leader in G2 2022 Winter Report

Nextpoint Ranks as Ediscovery Software Market Leader in G2 2022 Winter Report 1024 551 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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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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Buyer’s Guide: eDiscovery Software for Small Law Firms

Buyer’s Guide: eDiscovery Software for Small Law Firms 508 381 Michael Beumer

A few short years ago, eDiscovery was thought of as a luxury accessible only to big law firms with the resources to invest in considerable infrastructure. While the need clearly existed for firms of all sizes, legal industry observers like Craig Ball (“E-Discovery for Everybody,” 2009) and Tom O’Connor (“Electronic Discovery for Small Cases,” 2012) wondered…

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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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