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The Clearwell Review and Production Module provides legal professionals in corporations, government agencies, and law firms with a wide range of features needed to rapidly conduct privilege and responsive review. The module supports over 100 concurrent reviewers and scales to support even the largest cases.
The Clearwell Processing & Analysis Module provides the ability to rapidly and accurately filter, process, search, and analyse data in multiple formats and languages. Using Clearwell, corporations, government agencies, and law firms perform early case assessments and rapidly cull down data, thereby reducing overall edisclosure costs.
The Clearwell Legal Hold Module enables corporations, law firms, and government agencies to automate and manage their legal hold process. The module streamlines legal hold management by enabling a repeatable workflow that allows legal teams to satisfy the duty to preserve from anticipation to completion of litigation.
Early case assessment (ECA) has gone from a “nice to have” to a “must have” as legal practitioners have realised the need to quickly and accurately estimate the scope of edisclosure, prepare for meet & confer conferences, and assess case facts to evaluate risk and settlement value. In addition to informing better case decisions, early case assessments also provide the foundation for substantial legal cost reductions.
Today’s enterprises and law firms handle hundreds of cases each year and need to analyse an enormous volume of electronic data – more than 800 megabytes per employee per year. Thus, rapidly analysing large amounts of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) to perform early case assessment, quickly culling the data down to only the relevant ESI, and performing rapid review are critical tasks in today’s litigation process.
Information technology and security teams face tremendous pressure along every dimension. The number of digital investigations continues to grow, as does the amount of electronically stored information requiring analysis. Deadlines are increasingly aggressive, raising the urgency around finding all the evidence and accurately determining who knew what, and when. Moreover, controlling costs remains a pressing concern, preventing teams from adding more people to cope with the ever-increasing workload.
Much has been written about the early case assessment methodology, which has emerged as a critical way to quickly understand case facts, assess risk and lower both review and data processing costs. But, ECA as an initial step of the case management process hasn’t always been on the scene to help control risk and litigation costs.
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