Tracking user activity on a matter-by-matter basis can be extremely tedious, time-consuming and cost-intensive. Months and even years of active hosting and user costs can accumulate on inactive matters while case teams await a final disposition or settlement agreement. Vision AutoArchive automates eDiscovery database management based on user activity and other pre-set criteria.
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Automating eDiscovery Reporting with AutoReport
Legacy manual reporting methods required the running of database scripts, saved searches, exports and compilation of metrics, often across platforms to provide eDiscovery snapshots in time. AutoReport allows for the scheduling and automated delivery of detailed metrics reporting directly from Relativity.
Automating eDiscovery with Active Learning AutoRanking
Narrowing down the universe of relevant documents as quickly as possible to expedite review and production is the greatest challenge in any eDiscovery matter. AutoRank allows clients to fully realize the benefits of Relativity Active Learning at any stage of the search, review, and production process while maintaining the flexibility to review documents based on matter-specific production priorities.
Automating eDiscovery with QC Overturn AutoTracker
Overturn reporting can be a tedious, manual process, often performed on a weekly basis to avoid excessive professional service charges. AutoTracker integrates with the RelativityOne workspace to automate the process of tracking and reporting reviewer overturns.
Automating eDiscovery for Enhanced Productivity, Accuracy, and Cost-Savings
In this series, we explore a series of proprietary automations for review, analytics, reporting and database management that comprise the CDS Vision 2.0 feature release which streamlines and automates time-intensive, essential processes for CDS Relativity users.
Improve eDiscovery Workflows to Maximize Efficiencies
In the U.S., the ABA has estimated that document review alone accounts for more than 80 percent of total litigation spend, totaling tens of billions of dollars per year. As data becomes more varied and complex and volumes increase, that number is only going to rise. The dominance of social media, the increased use of short form multichannel messaging platforms, and even the growing popularity of podcasts have only widened the scope of what is considered fair game for discovery.
9 Traits that Turn a Provider into a Partner
As we hit the halfway point in a year like no other, now is a good time to take a look at your service provider relationships. Are they meeting your standards – and, for that matter, have your standards changed? Four legal-technologists from CDS had an in-depth discussion on that very topic during the recent webinar, What Have You Done for Me Lately? Examining Your Vendor Relationships.
Why We Need the Human Touch in eDiscovery Automation
Automation and artificial intelligence are continuing to bring significant improvements to the whole EDRM process – from information governance through collection, review and production.
3 Ways the Right Dashboard Can Improve eDiscovery Workflows
As eDiscovery tools evolve, they are addressing a broader array of workflow issues. Project managers, law firms and companies can make use of new features to help them with all aspects of document review and production as well as for deposition and trial preparation.
Benefits of Internal Collaboration Of eDiscovery Project Teams
As eDiscovery becomes increasingly complex, it requires those handling the collection and review process to have expertise in multiple areas of technology and the law. Vast quantities of data and new data types means eDiscovery team members need to work together more than ever before.
How to Get the Best Results from Your eDiscovery Kick-off Call
On large, time-consuming projects, a kick-off call is a great way of investing a small amount of time upfront to save energy long-term.
eDiscovery Managed Services: Empowering Your Law Firm’s Future
As the eDiscovery industry has evolved, the difference between skill sets of service provider technologists and law firm litigation support analysts has been blurred.