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Top 5 eDiscovery News Developments

By Neetal Parekh on September 21, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

Below is a round-up of the latest news headlines in eDiscovery.

1. Boeing's eDiscovery Destination? CaseCentral.  Boeing joins over 32 Fortune 100 companies in choosing CaseCentral software for its eDiscovery needs.  Boeing has tapped CaseCentral, an eDiscovery software company founded in 1994, to provide repeatable, defensible, and measurable eDiscovery capabilities as the "corporate standard" for new cases.  CaseCentral was among the first to employ use of process analytics, real-time measurement of review rates, quality rates and costs per document. 

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2. Guidance Software Lets You Become an EnCase Certified Examiner.  Have you ever felt like the complexity of eDiscovery merited some kind certification? Well, Guidance Software thought so too.  The eDiscovery software company announced its new EnCase Certified eDiscovery Practioner (EnCEP) Program that will signify familiarity with applying Guidance software to manage and complete all sizes of eDiscovery matters, in accordance with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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3. Avansic to Launch Online Review Repository.  The five-year old, Tulsa-based eDiscovery software company--Avansic--announced last week its development of a repository that will allow attorneys to collaborate review of eDiscovery documents online.  The effort came from customer-driven requests for a type of communal repository that attorneys of a firm could utilize in different locations and multiple states.  The web presence of  this new product also opens up the possibility for global application.

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4.  KPMG Unveils New Version of Its File Preservation Program.  KPMG's FPP is going remote capability with ESI storage.  In plainspeak, the tax and advisory firm is launching an advanced version of its proprietary File Preservation Program (FPP) that will allow users to connect remotely and collect electronically stored information (ESI) from Microsoft Office SharePoint sites.

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5. doeLegal and Guidance Software: a New e-union.  doeLegal, a legal solutions provider of eDiscovery, EDD, and eBilling services, announced its new alliance with Guidance Software--which specializes in legal investigation and which developed the popular EnCase eDiscovery solution.  Drawing on the strengths of each company, doeDiscovery is a full-service package for the complete EDRM model.

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  • doeLegal and Guidance Software Announce New Alliance to Provide Advanced eDiscovery Solution (PR Web)

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