What’s New in the Latest Version of LAW PreDiscovery?
As we add features and enhancements to LAW PreDiscovery, we'll release updates through notification of an email or you can get the latest release in the upgrade section.
Here's a look at what's new in the latest release (May 30, 2014):
Early Data Analyzer v1.6’s major features include:
- Integration with LexisNexis Email Thread and LexisNexis Near Dupe (formerly Polaris ET) in Early Data Analyzer and Web-enabled Early Data Analyzer.
- Faster export speed and a clock for viewing time remaining for analysis, optical character recognition (OCR), indexing and exporting.
- Web-enabled EDA includes a new Statistical Review tab that helps user estimate responsiveness and other criteria for early case assessment.
- Explore tab that allows you to drill down into each document and view email threads, near duplicates, metadata, etc. This helps you perform ad-hoc searches and filtering. You can select options other than Boolean filtering, and hits will appear in order of relevance.
Major features in LAW PreDiscovery v6.6 include:
- Exporting - Now users can just export load files and all the exports are tracked.
- Importing - Now you can import text when it’s not in the same folder as associated images.
- OCR enhancements - Perform OCR on native files that are images without having to convert them to TIFF files first.
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LAW PreDiscovery or LAW PreDiscovery-an overview for users works as a “processing engine” to bring in all of the potential evidentiary documents—paper and electronic—needed throughout the legal discovery process.
LAW PreDiscovery supports hundreds of file types when importing or exporting. Details are included in the LAW PreDiscovery Import and Export Formats literature.
LAW PreDiscovery is made up of different modules that are sold individually or by bundle. If your workload increases or changes, you can add modules. To determine the best fit, the LAW PreDiscovery License Glossary outlines the different modules and what is included in each bundle.
Early Data Analyzer + LAW PreDiscovery
Find out how Early Data Analyzer and LAW PreDiscovery work together, Early Data Analyzer, LAW PreDiscovery and Concordance work together. And if you are a paralegal, legal administrator, attorney or I.T. find out how easy these products are to use.
What's the difference between Early Data Analyzer and LAW PreDiscovery? Find out the differences between the two products from data loading speed, to filtering, de-duplicating, filtering and searching.
LAW PreDiscovery + Concordance
The FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requires staff to remove confidential information in order to keep records secure and be compliant. Find out how you can use Concordance and LAW PreDiscovery and help streamline this process.
What's new in Early Data Analyzer 1.6 and LAW PreDiscovery 6.6? Find out the features and what they do in the literature sheet.
LexisNexis Near Dupe and LexisNexis Email Thread. Learn more about near dupe and email thread, the technology behind it, and how these tools can help you gain greater efficiency when processing or review documents.
Interested in finding out how others are using LAW PreDiscovery? Visit the Resources Page.