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Resources From Everlaw

  • Bridging the Virtual Gap with Storybuilder by Everlaw

    Preparing for complex litigation has traditionally been a collaborative effort among large legal teams. That's why we're excited to introduce to you the legal industry's first free narrative-building toolkit: Storybuilder by Everlaw. READ MORE ›
     

  • Breaking Down Silos: Increased Collaboration in the Face of Growing Complexity

    Complexity seems to be a fact of modern life. As more lawyers function in team environments that rely on open communication, discover the role collaboration will play as a cornerstone in the legal profession of the future and how you can adapt. READ MORE ›
     

  • Stepping Into 2021: Ediscovery Trends and Insights

    In 2020, legal professionals had to learn how to adapt to new circumstances, both professionally and personally. To help make sense of all these changes, we created a report that provides an in-depth analysis of user trends and behaviors on the Everlaw platform. READ MORE ›
     

  • Security in the World of Ediscovery: Tips and Considerations for Enterprises

    Over the years, in-house legal teams have slowly shifted to remote-based collaboration, making cloud-based tools a necessity. As a result, security is more of a pressing issue now than ever before, especially in the legal world where protecting sensitive data is sacrosanct. Find out what you need to know to keep sensitive data secured while doing legal work remotely. READ MORE ›
     

  • How Collaboration Will Aid Legal Professionals in a Post-Pandemic World

    As remote work reshapes the legal sector, this white paper explores the growing importance of collaboration among legal teams and how this macro trend will shape in-house teams in the years to come. READ MORE ›
     

  • The Business Case for In-house eDiscovery

    According to IDC's 2020 Legal Tech Buyer Survey, the average enterprise spends 10x more on services than it would spend on just software alone. If your organization has yet to bring ediscovery in-house, it can result in service price markups and wasteful costs caused by one-off uses of company data and inefficient processes. READ MORE ›