InterLegis Releases White Paper Detailing Merits of New Discovery Review Method

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InterLegis, Inc., an innovator of Web-based digital document management services, today announced the release of its latest white paper, "Using 'Document Personalities' to Speed Electronic Discovery Review" by InterLegis President Kevin Carr. The paper discusses one of the newest methods available today in the evolution of discovery review technology - leveraging document personalities for relationship mining to further streamline and speed the process of review.

Using 'Document Personalities' to Speed Electronic Discovery Review

InterLegis, Inc., an innovator of Web-based digital document management services, today announced the release of its latest white paper, "Using 'Document Personalities' to Speed Electronic Discovery Review" by InterLegis President Kevin Carr. The paper discusses one of the newest methods available today in the evolution of discovery review technology - leveraging document personalities for relationship mining to further streamline and speed the process of review.

Relationship mining is a method that utilizes many document attributes simultaneously to identify distinctive relationships shared by documents in a collection. By finding these relationships reviewers can identify potentially relevant and responsive documents more quickly than ever before.

In his analysis of this groundbreaking technology, Carr examines various methods of review and the gradual progression of the technology available to continually improve this step in the discovery process. With ever-increasing volumes of electronic data and last year's changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the need for ongoing development of more sophisticated tools and methods is critical to manage the spiraling costs associated with litigation.

"Relationship mining is among the newest methods available to make the review process more efficient. Using a wide range of attributes and the unique personalities of every document in a collection to more quickly identify the common threads they share with one another speeds review and ultimately reduces costs," said Kevin Carr, president of InterLegis. "We are excited to deliver this unique feature that is available through Discovery360™, InterLegis' flagship e-discovery processing, culling and review application."

The new white paper is available free of charge on the InterLegis Web site, http://www.InterLegis.com.

About InterLegis, Inc.:
Founded in 1998, InterLegis, Inc. enables corporations, law firms and legal service providers to reduce the risk, complexity and cost of litigation, regulatory requests and internal investigations. InterLegis uses unparalleled meta data and concept technologies to identify unique document relationships, resulting in faster review and effective coding. The company's flagship product, Discovery360™, includes powerful analysis tools that provide a 360 degree view of all documents based on all possible document attributes and highly advanced analytical technologies. These capabilities help legal teams to drive early and accurate case assessments using multiple analytic capabilities including concept, timeline, and message thread analysis, among others. InterLegis is a privately held company headquartered in Dallas, TX. For more information, visit http://www.InterLegis.com.

Contact:
Kevin Carr
President
InterLegis, Inc.
1801 N. Lamar, Suite 201
Dallas, TX 75202
Phone: 214-468-8800

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