Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 13, 2008
InterLegis, Inc., a Dallas-based innovator of Web-based litigation and electronic discovery technologies, announced the company's 2008 participation in The Sedona Conference, the legal industry's prominent research and educational institute dedicated to the advancement of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation and intellectual property rights. In addition to the company's sponsorship of The Sedona Conference® Institute (TSCI) programs, InterLegis President Kevin Carr is participating in two working groups and will attend this year's annual meeting of the RFP+ Vendor Panel.
InterLegis is sponsoring TSCI's Second Annual Program on Getting Ahead of the eDiscovery Curve: Strategies to Reduce Costs & Meet Judicial Expectations being held March 13-14 at the Westin Horton Plaza San Diego in San Diego, California. TSCI is the continuing legal education extension of The Sedona Conference® Working Group Series. Through TSCI, attorneys, judges, and other professionals receive high-quality legal instruction at locations close to their work, at a low cost, and in a traditional classroom-style format.
Carr also will represent the company at the 2008 annual meeting of the RFP+ Vendor Panel in Sedona April 3-4th, and is participating in the following two working groups that are part of the Sedona Working Group Series:
- Electronic Document Retention and Production, the group charged with the development of principles and best practices recommendations for electronic document retention and production; and
- International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure, the group charged to serve as a global forum and think tank for sharing information, developing best practices, and advising and educating on matters of national and international law and policy regarding the disclosure/discovery, management, and protection of electronically stored information.
InterLegis, Inc. is among the legal support industry's leading providers of unique and innovative technologies that improve litigation and discovery processes. Earlier this year InterLegis introduced the new visual analytics review capability of its flagship e-discovery product, Discovery360™. Visual analytics is a unique, visual approach to both search and review of discovery databases that was developed based on the simple premise that people tend to be visual in nature. The application offers graphical mapping of the data, making the entire review process easier, faster, and more enjoyable.
Discovery360 includes every flavor of technology available today including similarity matching, concept foldering, auto coding, e-mail threading, text and meta data, native review and natural language searching, in addition to integrated electronic discovery processing. Visual Analytics can be applied to all of these search and review methods to offer the most unique, comprehensive view of any data collection.
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.