LTN Innovation Award goes to Squire Sanders for the use of Equivio Predictive Coding

It takes two, at least, to develop a set of processes to enable a law firm to manage its clients’ eDiscovery projects cost-effectively and yet to a high quality. The best software will fail in the hands of an inadequate team and the best litigation support team in the world cannot succeed without good software tools. You need both.

It has long been obvious that Squire Sanders know what they are doing with Equivio’s Predictive Coding tool Relevance – I know about this, because I know Director of Practice Support Stephen Goldstein who is an eloquent proponent of the proper use of Equivio’s software. It does not surprise me, therefore, to learn that Squire Sanders  is the winner of  LTN’s Most Innovative Use of Technology in a Law Firm Award for its Intelligent Discovery Process (IDP) approach to eDiscovery.

Equivio’s press release about this award is here and Squire Sanders’ has its own report here. Well done to both.

About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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