Exterro Unveils Unified E-Discovery Suite for Law Firms at ILTA

Created on August 24, 2011

Tuesday at ILTA, Exterro introduced FusionLawFirm™, a complete, end-to-end e-discovery software suite designed to meet the growing needs of law firms. Fusion LawFirm enables legal teams to efficiently and predictably deliver enhanced project management services to their corporate clients across the entire EDRM spectrum. Fusion LawFirm is offered via Exterro's flexible, flat-fee pricing model, becoming the industry's most cost-effective, comprehensive e-discovery suite for law firms. To read the full press release click here. The early reaction to Fusion LawFirm... Read More

Photos from Tuesday at ILTA

Created on August 23, 2011

Exterro is giving out a treat at ILTA - famous Moonstruck Chocolates from Portland, OR Bob Rohlf, Exterro's director of e-discovery strategies, demos the new Fusion LawFirm at ILTA. A crowded showroom at ILTA. Tom Cohen, Exterro's sales manager and lead chocolate distributor at ILTA. A taste of Nashville at ILTA Read More

Corporations Demanding More from Law Firms in E-Discovery

Created on August 19, 2011

It's easy to forget that in the legal world, e-discovery is still an emerging concept. Many law firms are just now making e-discovery a formal element of their practice. This is a maturity process for law firms, which involves them rethinking how they can better serve their corporate clients' needs. The current, fragmented e-discovery approach relies on disparate point tools and vendors. It is antiquated and fraught with inefficiency, wasteful duplication of effort and frequent cost overruns. Law firms, to stay competitive in today's legal market, must... Read More

From the Experts: Front End Information Management and the Benefits of Data Mapping in E-Discovery

Created on August 18, 2011

A lot of the discussion surrounding e-discovery these days is focused on the right side of the EDRM. While issues like predictive coding and forensic imaging attract a lot of buzz, experts continue to underscore the importance of being proactive in the initial stages of the e-discovery process, prior to collection, review and production. We recently had a chance to discuss this and other e-discovery matters with attorney and e-discovery expert Mark Surguy. Mark is a partner at Eversheds LLP, an international law firm headquartered in London. He specializes in... Read More

People, Process and Workflow Drive E-Discovery

Created on August 11, 2011

Sharon Fisher wrote a great article last week for CMS Wire on the importance of process and policy in e-discovery (read it here). While e-discovery tools have automated many of the manual tasks that once comprised the e-discovery process, Fisher argues that the key to successful e-discovery remains rooted in the process and workflow that dictate various roles and responsibilities and guide how the technology is used. The article cites a telling study conducted by LDM Global that shows a majority of e-discovery errors stem from a lack of communication between team members or an insufficient... Read More

On-Demand Webcast - A Smarter Approach to E-Discovery: Integrating Workflow and Technology to Streamline your Process

Created on August 3, 2011

Companies face unique challenges and litigation requirements that must be reflected in their e-discovery process.  A critical element of a successful e-discovery approach is a strong workflow that facilitates and coordinates the many responsibilities that comprise the overall process. This webcast explored: The important role workflow plays in e-discovery. How a workflow-driven software solution can improve efficiency and simplify the process. Speakers: Marc Fulkert, JD, Associate, Jones Day Bob Rohlf, JD, Director of E-Discovery Strategies, Exterro Read More

Resources to Learn E-Discovery in a Straightforward and Simple Manner

Created on July 28, 2011

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Every now and again as I read through blog, magazine, and vendor articles I come across an e-discovery news source that offers unique, easy to comprehend, and useful content. Since mid May, I really haven't found a better e-discovery educational source than the E-Discovery Basics series, published by the national law firm, Gibson Dunn. For the past three months Gibson Dunn has showcased its expertise and superb writing skill in this informative set of articles on how e-discovery impacts both the legal and IT world. Gibson Dunn's latest publication, 2011 Mid-Year E-Discovery Update,... Read More