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Casepoint empowers legal departments, law firms, and public agencies by providing smarter legal technology combined with award-winning client service. Casepoint eDiscovery is the fast, enterprise class, and next-generation eDiscovery suite from Casepoint, based on more than 10 years of innovation in the industry. It is built upon Casepoint Platform, a highly scalable, secure, and configurable application environment that meets the demands of sophisticated clients within eDiscovery and beyond. Whether SaaS, on prem, or hybrid, Casepoint eDiscovery features cloud collections, data processing, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, review, and productions – all in an easy-to-use web interface. Casepoint customers benefit from the ability to support sophisticated workflows across millions of documents and hundreds of users, with custom reporting and data management tools built-in. Simple, elegant, and intuitive, Casepoint represents the next generation of litigation technology that will empower your global legal team.

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Companies around the country started the year off by bracing themselves for the implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). California consumers are now granted rights to their personal information (PI) that is being shared across organizations. Business operators must ask the question – do we fall into CCPA’s purview? Those that do, must take action to cover their bases and make sure they fully abide by the regulations the law enforces.…
It’s the second week of a new decade and there are already new regulatory changes that have major implications for corporate legal departments. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) took effect requiring businesses to alter privacy policies to abide by new consumer regulations for 2020 and beyond. Piggybacking on Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), CCPA sets new rights and requirements for the distribution of California consumers’ personal information.…
When investing in technology, cost is one of the biggest drivers in choosing the right partner. However, it is important for decision-makers to understand the business impacts of technology purchases prior to committing to a multi-year contract; legal teams should systematically dissect the total cost and efficiency gains of available market alternatives.  Buyers must consider the cost implications of on-premise solutions compared to cloud-based solutions. The unspoken burdens that arise after committing to an on-premise…
A Functional Workspace Platform for the Future Enterprises in just about every industry are creating virtual workspaces and customized applications on aggressive timelines to streamline collaborative work, automate labor-intensive tasks and reuse existing data in creative and powerful new ways. Why not law firms and legal departments? Until recently, legal organizations have lacked the technological expertise, IT staff and development tools to make it possible or practical. But with the emergence of highly flexible, low…
While much of current commentary on electronic discovery is focused on enterprises in the private sector, government agencies also routinely face demands for the production of electronically stored information (ESI) in litigation, investigations, examinations, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests and other core activities. Many of the e-discovery-related challenges faced by large corporations and government agencies are similar, but requirements for public sector organizations stand out due to the very large scale of many productions,…
Even 20 years after cloud computing made an entrance on the scene (Salesforce in 1999, AWS in 2003), there are surprisingly a wide number of organizations that still have not made the transition to the cloud. Law firms and legal departments are among the slowest groups still debating: to move to the cloud or not to move to the cloud?  The advantages of the cloud far outweigh those of on-premise infrastructure. Cloud solutions are more…
Most of us own a smartphone.  And, if you’re like me, you keep a lot of important stuff on your phone.  In this constantly evolving world of everything digital, the question remains:  do I have a right to privacy in the records on my cell phone? In a closely watched recent United States Supreme Court decision, the high court says YES in Carpenter v. United States. On June 22, 2018, in a landmark 5-4 decision,…
As law firms incorporate more technology into their workflows, the frequency with which data must be moved from one location or application to another also increases. Data movements are inherently risky—particularly when the data is from a client. Movement of data is difficult to avoid in today’s legal world. In the discovery stage of litigation, for example, a common scenario goes something like this: A client collects data via their in-house IT team or through…
As a certified trainer for the past 10 years, I’ve witnessed many approaches to receiving training. I can guarantee, that with a little effort, you can master an end-to-end eDiscovery software product, and it will greatly benefit your day-to-day workflow.  Some eDiscovery platforms are more intuitive than others, and therefore easier to use, which allows training to be productive and accelerates the adoption process. By applying yourself to one hour of training, you’ll learn how…