"Using CasePoint's TAR directly responds to the FRCP changes."
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 14, 2016
@Legal Discovery, LLC, a full service eDiscovery technology provider, announced today the inclusion of Technology Assisted Review (TAR) as part of the standard offering within its unified eDiscovery Platform, CasePoint, as a no cost enhancement. TAR, aka “Predictive Coding”, provides litigation review teams the ability to leverage technology to quickly identify and tag documents so that they can focus on the smallest, most relevant set of data quickly. Through CasePoint’s user friendly interface, clients will be utilizing the platform to focus review efforts within a few clicks.
“As the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are changing and placing an emphasis on proportionality, it is becoming imperative for attorneys and legal teams to include better technology as part of their standard litigation practice. Using CasePoint's TAR directly responds to the FRCP changes. We’ve taken this one step further, in offering our clients the TAR technology within CasePoint for no additional cost. Thus, providing law firms and corporate legal teams the opportunity to leverage solid technology and improve their practice while controlling the discovery budget for each of their matters,” said Haresh Bhungalia, CEO of @Legal.
@Legal Discovery also is announcing eDiscovery 3.0. This new approach to the way eDiscovery technology and services are provided, radically changes the way the legal industry will approach every discovery project. @Legal will be presenting eDiscovery 3.0 at the upcoming Legaltech conference in New York in February.
@Legal Discovery provides attorneys, litigation support and other legal professionals with advanced software and services that span the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). CasePoint, @Legal’s SaaS platform, allows users to manage large amounts of eDiscovery data from ingestion through production. eDiscovery 3.0 revolutionizes the technology, service and price structure of every eDiscovery project. The company’s services include data collection, early case assessment, processing, hosting, production and consulting, delivered by seasoned eDiscovery experts, including attorneys, technologists, litigation support professionals and consultants.