In the not too distant past, document review was a clunky, arduous process. While e-discovery let attorneys reach deeper into digital footprints, gathering, culling and reviewing data was rarely easy. But with the growing focus on seamless user experience, the advent of technology-assisted review (TAR), and advancements in e-discovery’s processing speed and search, this once painful process evolved to the point where it could be shrunk down to an automated “drop and drag” function.
Discovery automation firm Logikcull was at the forefront of this movement. And now the company is seeking to lead the way to the next e-discovery evolution: freeing the technology from its litigation ties. Logikcull, for example, recently launched a multitiered administration feature called “sub accounts,” which allows different groups or departments in an industry to take advantage of its document review automation tool.
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