A condensed version of this article is running in Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer’s December issues under the title “A Broader Application.” The full version is below.

Based on the number of e-discovery products and platforms available today, an innocent observer could easily conclude the market has become relatively commoditized. After all, the cloud has leveled the playing field allowing almost anyone to upload, review, and produce data without any noticeable friction. It therefore requires a special kind of company and leadership to create a unique offering that is distinctive and innovative – one such company is Casepoint.

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