White papers


Find out what others are doing in the industry to gain control, cut costs and increase their revenue in the era of electronic discovery.

  • Special eDiscovery Report: Getting Beyond Words and Toward Meaning in eDiscovery 
    In this special eDiscovery report you will hear from industry experts discuss how you find that meaning and how eDiscovery technology is finally catching up to the need to harvest meaning from documents, not just words. 
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  • The Top 5 Trial-Presentation Software Challenges—And How to Overcome Them. This white paper has the answers thanks to a December 2013 nationwide survey of law firm partners, associates, litigation support professionals and librarians. 
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  • Statistical sampling for more effective early case assessment white paper.  Find out how you can use the new statistical sampling tools in LexisNexis Early Data Analyzer to drive more efficient, cost-effective litigation strategies. 
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  • Recapturing the Discovery Fees your Law firm Used to Earn.  Kristin Branson, TechnoLawyer's editor, shares insight into increasing revenue & reducing overhead in the era of electronic discovery.  
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  • Top 5 Tips for Effective Trial Presentation. As technology moves beyond novelty to an expectation in a growing number of trials, it's important to periodically review your effectiveness and aptitude in the courtroom. This White Paper provides tips to ensure your presentations are living up to the jury's expectations.  
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  • Managed Technology Solutions—Hosted Litigation Solutions Security White Paper.  Learn how LexisNexis® Managed Technology Solutions employs network security, firewall, intrusion detection systems, maintains and terabytes of scalable disk storage, plus more!
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  • Cloud Cost Recovery.  Proliferation of "Electronically Stored Information" (ESI) and Reimbursable Private Cloud Computing Costs
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  • Social media challenges in eDiscovery.  How Social Media Continues to be a Challenge for E-Discovery in 2011
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