A powerful new search tool that had its start in the medical field is now branching into law. From what I have seen, it promises to be amajor player in the field, not just for online searching, but also — through the engine that drives it — for e-discovery and knowledge management.
I am a fan of search tools that use clustering — organizing results into folders and subfolders so that you can more easily narrow results.
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