...now embedded into OrcaTec's Document Decisioning Suite, where the viewer will help users review, search...
...OrcaTec has added Accusoft...
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...CTO and chief scientist of OrcaTec, Dr. Herbert L. Roitblat, has received ...
President Obama's cybersecurity executive order , released Tuesday night, had legal technology experts split in their opinions Wednesday
For this February edition of "12on12," Monica Bay, editor-in-chief of Law Technology News, asked attendees what was their favorite moment at LegalTech New York. Bay was flooded with responses
As lawyers embrace smartphones and tablets, e-discovery vendors race to complete mobile options to manage and perform e-discovery tasks
Judicial perspectives of e-discovery attorneys' worst and best practices were the subject of a keynote session at LegalTech New York on Wednesday, while vendors in the exhibit hall shared insights on
...licensed software from companies such as Content Analyst Co., Equivo Inc., and OrcaTec. A trend shaping up for LegalTech 2013 are systems that offer alternatives...
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