LAW PreDiscovery™ software offers you and your litigation teams the power to produce and organize paper and electronic files with a dynamic imaging and electronic discovery processing application. With LAW PreDiscovery, pre-reviewing and culling non-responsive eDiscovery and scanned documents before reviewing and processing helps you eliminate unnecessary costs and reduce time.
Achieve greater control over the massive amounts of discovery related to a case as LAW PreDiscovery software allows you to:
Load electronic files, extract text and metadata, perform MD-5 and SHA1 hash de-duplication and create file type filters. Plus, you can simultaneously process mailstores, e-docs, file lists, and Outlook® folders.
To save time, all settings applied on one machine can be used on all machines that join a particular batch, making it easy to create batch processing jobs and share the load across multiple stations.
Compatibility of LAW PreDiscovery with more review tools build load files, push records directly into Concordance® databases and save all and reuse settings as export profiles.
A powerful processing engine helps you meet the tightest deadlines, loading electronic discovery documents, converting to TIFF and performing OCR.
Process everything from paper to electronic documents and mailstores with LAW PreDiscovery software.
LAW PreDiscovery has what you need to handle even the most demanding electronic discovery projects, including features such as:
Lets you or any user, from entry-level to savvy, customize preferences for easy storage and management of all discovery documents.
Simultaneously extracts text and metadata, processes mailstores, e-docs, file lists and Outlook® folders and de-duplicate files.
Index and code to easily reference documents during review or use the Grid View to Group documents by type and filter specific file types.
To build Boolean queries or search extracted, printed and OCR text with the full text indexing module.
Share the load across multiple stations.
Directs records to Concordance® software.