Guidance Software webinar on 19 March: Top Advantages of Integrated Legal Review

Guidance Software is giving a webinar on 19 March at 11am PDT with the title Top Advantages of Integrated Legal Review.

Corporations and law firms cannot complain about the range of choices which they face job by job and as a matter of policy across all jobs. Amongst the broad choices is that between having, on the one hand, the opportunity to put the data in the tool of choice at each stage in the process and, on the other hand, the benefits of keeping all the data in one hand throughout its life.

Guidance Software  does not only deal with identification, collection and legal hold, the areas in which it made its name. It also owns an integrated review tool following its acquisition of CaseCentral. This webinar explores the benefits of integration, covering the following points:

  • Cost reduction through the ability to leverage prior work across multiple matters
  • Faster resolution through analytics and faceted search
  • Elimination of redundant reviews and consistent exclusion of privileged documents through the use of a centralized legal repository

The presenters are Mark Besser, Director of Field Services, Guidance Software and Bryant Bell, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Guidance Software.

The registration page is here.

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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