E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviewed Everlaw in the December issue of Legaltech News. I continue to be amazed at the evolution of cloud-based document review platforms. Not because they're becoming more like "traditional" software offerings, but because they're more flexible in providing unique and useful tools that aren't possible anywhere else. An excellent example is Everlaw [...]
E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviewed Nextpoint's document review platform, one of the pioneers in cloud-based legal services. In 2001, Nextpoint provided a SaaS platform for trial presentation and deposition preparation and has since evolved to support document review as well. In the past, Nextpoint has trumpeted its ambition to “democratize e-discovery” so that every lawyer [...]
Three years ago I was honored to write "So You Want an All Mac Office?" for the fantastic Attorney at Work blog. The post continued to rack up hits over the years so the editors asked if I would architect an update. It was published last week: "Still Want an All-Mac Law Office? What You Need and How You Can Do [...]
I've been reviewing legal technology products for several years now and decided to share some past reviews for your viewing pleasure. I hope you find them as entertaining today as I do. First up is a review of DolphinSearch for the June/July 2003 issue of Law Office Computing magazine. I wrote several articles for the [...]
E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviewed the desktop-based Eclipse SE document review software from Ipro Tech Inc. Brett found that the software was an excellent option for law firms looking to replace their legacy document review software: I failed to find the same limitations in Eclipse SE that burden other similar desktop document review tools. I [...]
E-discovery consultant Brett Burney reviews Catalyst Insight and Insight Predict: Catalyst is one company that’s been on the forefront of the eDiscovery battles for years and they continue to push the boundaries of how technology can help lawyers face the struggling challenges involved in eDiscovery. Read more on Law Technology Today.
The CasePoint platform uses HTML5 and delivers e-discovery technology with all-inclusive pricing states e-discovery consultant Brett Burney in his review of CasePoint. I get to interact with a wide variety of e-discovery document review platforms in my line of work but CasePoint grabbed my attention when @Legal Discovery announced a complete move to HTML5. I [...]
FTI Technology has updated two veteran technologies and weaved them into a competitive document review platform states e-discovery consultant Brett Burney in his review of Ringtail 8.4. Read more at Legaltechnews.com FTI Technology has also posted a PDF version of the review on their website.
A Hybrid Approach to Litigation Support – There’s no “easy button” in litigation support, but that hasn’t stopped lawyers and law firms from trying to find one.
E-discovery consultant Brett Burney authored an article entitled "A Hybrid Approach to Litigation Support" for the June 2014 ILTA White Paper "Litigation and Practice Support: Discovery Solutions: Process, Products and Progress." The article explores how law firms can find a balance between using litigation support tools in-house and outsourcing appropriate tasks to outside vendors and [...]
Rulebook is a single iPad app that can supply court rules and a slew of other legal manuals, books and resources. Brett Burney review the Rulebook iPad app designed for lawyers and legal professionals. Read more at Legaltechnews.com