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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

New Litigation Software Review Site

With the potential changes to The Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, I started to research alternatives for substanttive research on litigation technology. I am pleased to report that I have found LitiReview by Lexebe.com.

Launched in August of 2008, LitiReviews boasts the largest collection of free legal and litigation software reviews on the web. All reviews (100+) are full-text, and have been published in legal magazines, journals, websites and blogs. LitiReview links to copies of reviews available on the internet, or hosted by us at the author's request.

LitiReview enables users to:

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I would encourage anyone interested in researching litigation technology to take a look at LitiReview by Lexebe.com.

Example Reviews

CaseLogistixReview: Anacomp’s CaseLogistix 5.2, by Timothy Piganelli. Overall this tool has to be one of the top choices for document review with its native file review capability. Attorneys and law firms that have an in-house IT or litigation support staff to handle the SQL application would find CaseLogistix useful and very workable. My top three features are the Document Native Review tool, the IntelliFolders and their functionality, and the prompted search feature. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2008. Added: 8-15-2008. Techno Lawyers

Trident 4.0 SoftwareTrident Suite from Wave Software, by Randall Consulting. Trident 4.0 Software suite is composed of five unique applications to assist in processing PST files: Email De-Duplication, Email Re-Generation, Message Exporter, Message Importer and Snapshot software. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2007. Added: 8-11-2008. Randall Consulting

OneO Discovery PlatformFerris Research on OrangeLT, by David Ferris. The integrated analysis, processing, and review is certainly an attractive feature, making life a lot simpler for the user. Today, these different phases are commonly handled by separate products. Over the long term, such integration is likely to win out over cobbling together best-of-breed solutions. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2008. Added: 8-02-2008. Ferris Research

SafeCopy 2.1 MobileReview: SafeCopy 2.1 Mobile, by Bruce A. Olson. SafeCopy 2.1 Mobile by Pivotal Guidance is an inexpensive tool that may enable you or your client to maintain document security and validity as part of the discovery process. SafeCopy is not, however, intended to be a forensic application that can create a forensic image of a drive. SafeCopy offers a cost effective option that fills a needed niche. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2008. Added: 7-12-2008. Technolawyer

ConcordanceThe E-Discovery Hostess with the Mostest, by Dennis Kennedy. Lawyers beginning to delve into the world of electronic discovery often express surprise at how even simple cases can involve large amounts of electronic data. Help is usually the first word that comes to mind. With Hosted FYI, you and your team can review, process, store, retrieve, redact, and share documents in a secure, centralized, and always-accessible environment. Category: Litigation Management. Written: 2007. Added: 7-12-2008. Law.com

Discovery AttenderDiscovery Attender From Sherpa Software, by Brett Burney. Discovery Attender from Sherpa Software is a sturdy platform that enables you to search across electronic mailboxes, email archives, and folders of loose files. I found Discovery Attender to be an extremely simple and effective tool for searching through a hefty stack of email. It wasn’t overly complicated, and after a couple of searches, I became very comfortable with the logical steps involved in the Search Wizard. Discovery Attender is a nice addition to the tool belt of anyone who regularly needs to search through email to find messages relevant to a litigation matter. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2008. Added: 7-10-2008. Technolawyer

CaseLogistixCaseLogistix Discovery Partner, by Jonathan Franklin. I like this product a lot. It’s powerful, easy to use and intuitive. Candidly, it’s the first program in this market segment that my firm wants to use. In fact, the firm now is using it. Dynamic document analysis and management. Its SQL-based system is powerful, highly scalable and robust. No predefined templates for library creation. An integrated training video would be nice. It exceeds expectations. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2006. Added: 7-09-2008. Law Office Computing

IPROIPRO ePrint-IT, by Milton Hooper. EPrint-IT is very easy to use and features only one screen with which you mainly work. Once installed, you immediately can start putting ePrint-IT to use. The customizable options are easy to understand and adjust. It's a little pricey at $695 for the first year ($195 each year thereafter) and might not be worth the investment for someone who doesn't have a lot of electronic documents. If you are involved in EDD and don't have time to learn new software, ePrint-IT might be the right match for you. Category: Electronic Discovery. Written: 2008. Added: 7-09-2008. Legal Assistant Today

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