Among the many people whom I saw only too briefly at ILTA in Las Vegas was Stephen Goldstein, Director of Practice Support at Squire Sanders in Cleveland, Ohio. Steve is one of my more valued sources for what is going in the more technologically-alert law firms, and I could have done with more time in his company.
There are not many law firms which are recognised specifically for their use of technology. Squire Sanders is to be congratulated on making it to the 2013 InformationWeek 500 – a list of the top technology innovators in the US. Their press release is here.
The award comes in recognition of Squire Sanders’ “Intelligent Discovery Process”, an eDiscovery project management technology process using predictive coding and technology to increase efficiency whilst reducing client costs.
A key component of Squire Sanders’ intelligent discovery is Equivio Relevance, Equivio’s long-established predictive coding application, now part of Equivio Zoom. A 2010 Equivio press release called Squire Sanders Leads the Way to “Intelligent Discovery” With Equivio>Relevance Technology tells you more about this.