...software? This is where a general file viewer can help. Avantstar Inc.'s ...
Gallivan, Gallivan & O'Melia's Digital WarRoom is used by legal professionals to plan and execute a comprehensive attack on the processing, review, and production of ESI, says consultant Brett Burney
The LegalTech West Coast event opens today at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles with over 60 exhibitors and over 20 educational sessions, providing an opportunity to view product demonstrat
...and notifications as e-discovery cases move forward. » Avantstar updated Quick View Plus Professional Edition, which supports 32 new file...
Shortly after LegalTech New York, LTN Technology Editor Sean Doherty was asked what the "coolest" thing was that he saw at the show. Although legal technology is not designed with a "cool" factor, Do
Not every dispute is "bet the farm," with multimillion-dollar exposure. Tom O'Connor, director of the Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center, explores options for average lawsuits that can't sustain stan
The exhibit hall at LegalTech West Coast in Los Angeles has many of the usual suspects, such as Business Integrity, provider of document assembly software, and Wave Software, maker of native file pro
...efficiently without licensing a multitude of applications requires a file viewer like Avantstar's ...
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