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Whitepaper: Discovery 3.0

Whitepaper: Discovery 3.0

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Tyler O'Halloran

Allensworth & Porter

'The Market Standard for eDiscovery'

"Flexibility, speed, and responsiveness to feature requests. This is software that makes small firms able to compete with the biggest in the business. It also allows firms to customize every aspect of their document production and/or request for documents to opposing parties. Data management is a key to litigating effectively, and Logikcull makes it easy."

'The Market Standard for eDiscovery'

Allensworth & Porter

Sean Flaherty

Partner

"Using Logikcull -- unlike virtually all discovery platforms-- is extremely intuitive, has a beautiful UI, and is powerful. Importing, handling, and producing documents is truly a breeze. And, if you have any questions, their staff is extremely responsive and helpful. Best of all, they have a transparent pricing structure with no hidden fees. Highly recommended."

Gordon & Rees

'Most Intuitive Platform Yet'

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How Logikcull works

Upload

Data is uploaded securely and documents are automatically processed.

Download

Identified documents are assembled, downloaded and exchanged with another party. 

Search

Documents are culled, searched, and reviewed for relevance and privilege.

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Views from the Bench

For years, eDiscovery has been a burden on the legal system. Expensive vendors, costly collections, and massive data dumps weaponized the process, turning discovery into something most clients didn’t want to pay for and most lawyers didn’t have the resources, technology, or skills to handle. 

Thankfully, that era of eDiscovery is coming to an end.

How Small & Medium-Sized Firms Can Thrive in Discovery 3.0

More than a decade since electronic discovery became a common feature of most litigation, the discovery industry and the approaches of legal practitioners to eDiscovery remain in flux. Who is doing the heavy lifting in discovery? What are they using to do it? What challenges are they facing and how do they see their process changing in the years ahead?

We surveyed select Logikcull customers about their current approach to discovery and where they see discovery and the law moving in the future.

How Small & Medium-Sized Firms Can Thrive in Discovery 3.0

For years, eDiscovery has been a burden on the legal system. Expensive vendors, costly collections, and massive data dumps weaponized the process, turning discovery into something most clients didn’t want to pay for and most lawyers didn’t have the resources, technology, or skills to handle. 

Thankfully, that era of eDiscovery is coming to an end.

Business Metrics For Lawyers

12 tools enterprising lawyers are using to take on the incumbents

In this whitepaper, you'll learn:

  • Why is there a current market opportunity for small firms?
  • How can improper doc review methods hurt my client's case?
  • What's wrong with Discovery 2.0?
  • Who is best positioned to benefit from this trend?

12 tools enterprising lawyers are using to take on the incumbents

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