Several VPO members will be presenting at the VBA Tech Conference next week. Check out their program!
Document & Case Management Programs January 28, 2021 @ 10AM
Description and Speakers: There are a number of software platforms out there that profess to help you cull and organize unlimited amounts of documents and information that you encounter through discovery. Everybody wants the edge: something user friendly, fast, accurate, and inexpensive. What program is the best for your firm or specific project? Hear from the people “in the trenches” that use some of the more popular document and case management software.
What is Logikcull? (Melinda Siel) Logikcull.com is instant discovery for modern legal teams. Its secure, cloud-based solution helps law firms and organizations of all sizes solve the expensive, complex, and risky challenges associated with eDiscovery, internal investigations, and open records response. With Logikcull, you can start a discovery project in five seconds, from anywhere at any time on any device. Reviewing data is as easy as performing a Google search. And in Logikcull, your data is always secure. That’s why it’s trusted by the Fortune 500, Am Law 200, and governments of the biggest cities in the world. Founded in 2004 by CEO Andy Wilson and CTO Sheng Yang, Logikcull builds powerfully simple software that democratizes discovery.
Ipro Eclipse (Laura Bezio) Ipro Eclipse Desktop is a non-cloud based option. It is helpful for smaller law firms or for a low cost eDiscovery option. Ipro for Desktop lets you migrate from the most popular legacy flat-file review databases and has been purpose-built with the most cutting-edge features found in any in-house review platform. Effortlessly manage reviews, unitize documents, ingest native files, and produce documents with this true all-in-one litigation platform. The platform is best suited for smaller cases, but a great way to process Mbox or PST files in-house.
CaseMap (Heather Moreau) CaseMap, owned by LexisNexis, is a desktop relational database used to organize and evaluate facts, people, research and issues. In CaseMap, any aspect of a case can be sorted or searched while preserving the relationships between various sources of evidence (i.e., documents, depositions, and persons). Information in CaseMap that has been searched and sorted can be exported into Word, WordPerfect and Excel. CaseMap also allows for collaboration between concurrent users. CaseMap is most often used to create chronologies, witness lists, and document indexes (for exhibit lists or document productions).
You can sign up for this session here: https://www.vtbar.org/Calendar/Signup.aspx?EventNo=3994