All litigation support software gives you essentially the same thing — a searchable database to host documents and analytical information related to a litigation matter.

The legal world has come to expect a standard set of tools in litigation support software. Every review platform provides a way to import, view, search, sort, filter, tag, code, redact, export and produce documents from a central database. Since you can find these tools in practically any litigation software, manufacturers usually resort to adding extraneous features in their products to differentiate themselves in the marketplace.

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