Find electronically-stored information for legal proceedings
eDiscovery changes how legal professionals search for data, and which data can be searched
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What is eDiscovery?
eDiscovery, or e-discovery, is short for electronic discovery. This term refers to discovery during legal proceedings where the desired information is in electronic format.
A proven and open solution designed for large volumes and complex workflows, data processing is the collection and manipulation of electronic data to produce meaningful information.
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Early Case Assessment
Understand your data as soon as your case starts by searching, analyzing, and reviewing live data with Early Case Assessment.
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By implementing good Document Review practices, data sent to outside counsel can be reviewed and reduced, significantly lowering eDiscovery costs without sacrificing defensibility.
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Public Records Requests
During Public Records Requests, or PRR for short, government agencies need to find and provide relevant documents.
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How can industries benefit from eDiscovery?
Industry stats and facts
Global eDiscovery market size is projected to reach $46 billion by 2028, up from $22 billion in 2021
Information equals power