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New TechnoLawyer Report – Group “Like” Discovery Documents to Expedite Your Review

A newly released TechnoLawyer Report, Group “Like” Discovery Documents to Expedite Your Review, discusses how Lexbe’s innovative NearDup Groupings+ technology can greatly enhance the quality of eDiscovery productions. NearDup Groupings+ from Lexbe gives litigators a powerful tool that can group similar documents, identify unfound ‘key’ or ‘hot’ documents, enable email threading, and prevent the inadvertent release of privileged case information, contributing to a fast, precise, and cost-efficient discovery review. TechnoLawyer states, “NearDup Groupings+ takes advantage of specialized servers in Lexbe’s datacenter, enabling it to scale to handle cases of any size.” and goes on to say that ‘NearDup Groupings+ also speeds up the review process while minimizing risks.’ Click here to read the full report and find out more about how NearDup Groupings+ services from Lexbe can help you win your case!

TechnoLawyer Newswire Release -eDiscovery Processing That Scales With Your Needs

A new Technolawyer Newswire Report, eDiscovery Processing That Scales With Your Needs on Lexbe’s unprecedented processing speed has just been released! “Lexbe’s fast processing enables you to start your document reviews sooner, and meet tight discovery deadlines even as the volume of ESI continues to grow.” The report makes reference to our recently published White Paper, Redefining High Speed eDiscovery Processing & Production detailing a study of our unprecedented processing capacity. The study focused on processing the standardized 53 GB EDRM Enron data set to TIFF images. Lexbe eDiscovery Processing System (LEPS) was able to complete TIFF processing on the 53GB data set in only 5.3 hours! That is an industry leading TIFFing rate of approximately 10 GBs an hour or over 240 GBs each day! Long turnaround times and astronomical processing costs are no longer necessary evils of TIFF processing with Lexbe.

Lexbe Review – Brett Burney Evaluates Lexbe

Brett Burney recently reviewed Lexbe’s Online eDiscovery platform in Technolawyer’s LitigationWorld. In his review, Brett highlights the affordability, ease of use, and the extensive functionality and feature set of Lexbe when compared to other cloud-based platforms. Brett’s Lexbe review can be viewed here.

From BurneyConsultants.com: Brett Burney is a featured speaker at numerous legal technology conferences including the ABA TECHSHOW, LegalTech and ILTA.

Brett is also a well-respected author on legal technology topics. You can find an extensive library of articles and columns written by Brett in LLRX.com, Law Technology News magazine, Legal Assistant Today magazine, and Law.com.

Lexbe Presenting at 27th Annual University of Texas Technology Law Conference

We are excited to announce that Lexbe will be presenting at the 27th Annual University of Texas Technology Law Conference being held May 23-24 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, TX.

Gene Albert, Lexbe CEO, will be making a presentation titled Technology, Ethics, and Electronic Discovery on May 22 at 11:15 a.m.

Within the context of continuous advances in technology, Gene will discuss best practices in handling electronic discovery issues as they occur in litigation as well as pre-litigation steps a company may take to positively impact the results of future litigation. Topics discussed will include computer usage policies, records management and information governance. Additional topics include recent developments in eDiscovery law (such as predictive coding, proportionality, discovery of social media content, discovery of personal devices’ data pursuant to BYOD policy, sanctions, spoliation and obstruction); strategies for reducing unnecessary eDiscovery costs (such as early ESI identification and case assessment); and judicial approaches to manage eDiscovery in their courts (such as procedural issues, production disputes, noncooperation, noncompliance with court orders, production and privilege issues, proportionality, privilege waiver, model orders, and use of special discovery masters).

Now in its 27th year, UT Law’s Technology Law Conference brings together a nationally-recognized faculty of leading technology, licensing and M&A counsel along with experts in copyright, trademark, open source, public-private technology collaborations, and data privacy and security for two days of sophisticated and practical presentations and discussions. The program also draws a prominent audience and sponsorship from leading technology companies as well as their legal, financial and data security advisors. For more information click here

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