netDocShare – View and edit NetDocuments content securely in any web app

netDocShare is an innovative solution that allows view & edit of NetDocuments content within SharePoint or your favorite web application. netDocShare supports viewing and editing NetDocuments content stored in Cabinets, Workspace, Folders, ShareSpaces, NDThread or CollabSpaces. netDocShare is currently being used across several AMLAW firms and Legal departments worldwide.

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KL Software Technologies (“KLST”) was founded in 2003 with the vision of building mobile-first digital innovations that provide smooth, intuitive, and consistent user experience across smarter interfaces. With global delivery centers based out of USA and India, KLST software+services offerings are focused on Enterprise Collaboration & Content, Hybrid Mobility, Cloud, Artificial Intelligence, and Augmented Reality. Learn more about KLST services:

Third parties clearly represent a special type of risk. Yet only 20% of companies review their vendors’ access to data on a less than annual basis, putting many organizations at risk of a cyber attack after a third party is breached.


Outside counsel are often not assessed like other third-party vendors but are just as likely to be breached. In fact, 72% of law firms have not had a full cyber security assessment, leaving themselves vulnerable to risk.


The experts at CyberClarity360, a Duff and Phelps solution, have developed a best practice guide to help organizations kickstart their legal vendor cyber risk management program. This guide, which is free to download, will help make you aware of these threats and put you in a position to take real action to confront them.

Reveal, the leading provider of eDiscovery and investigation software and services tailored for global use, announced today that Balfour Beatty has engaged Reveal as its preferred provider of eDiscovery services in the United States.

To stay on the cutting edge of legal technology, Balfour Beatty spent much of 2019 identifying and implementing new tools and functionality for electronic data processing, discovery and review. Balfour Beatty selected Reveal’s eDiscovery solution because it allows for the self-performance of eDiscovery processing, data analytics, utilization of sophisticated artificial intelligence models for technology-assisted review and a consolidated document review platform that can be used across their U.S. business.

“When starting this process, I knew we needed a platform that was cloud-based and easily scalable. We sought to find the right balance of ease of use while having access to intuitive yet robust artificial intelligence and visualization tools,” says Aaron Bath, CED, RP, and national director of litigation management at Balfour Beatty. “Reveal’s platform has the flexibility to interact with our data in a manner we are accustomed to while harnessing the platform’s muscle to improve our efficiency, lower our costs and better leverage our documents. Reveal’s consulting expertise and training team developed a bespoke workflow addressing the unique needs and challenges of the construction / infrastructure space.”

“Reveal is uniquely positioned to fulfill Balfour Beatty’s eDiscovery needs. The company needed an eDiscovery solution that conforms to the many different requirements of discovery,” says Wendell Jisa, chief executive officer for Reveal. “Reveal allows for companies like Balfour Beatty to adapt as their discovery needs shift with every case, because of our 19 data centers, support and highly scalable, cloud-based eDiscovery and investigation solution.”

Reveal recently announced the launch of the latest version of the platform, which contains 210 new features that provide more speed and scalability for eDiscovery. The new enhancements continue the company’s efforts to help law firms and corporate legal departments navigate regulations, accelerate review and conquer big data with data centers across five continents. Reveal, which specializes in international data privacy requirements, provides experienced consultants and support staff and offers a user interface that detects more than 160 languages.

Reveal, the leading provider of eDiscovery and investigation software and services tailored for global use, today announced that it has introduced new updates that will allow law firms and corporate legal departments to conduct review even more quickly and reliably. 

“eDiscovery is now a global endeavor, as businesses of all sizes expand across borders. The lawyers that represent those businesses face amplified complications related to global eDiscovery, such as building infrastructures, scaling quickly, navigating strict data regulations from country to country and controlling the high costs of discovery overseas. Reveal helps lawyers address all of these challenges. These new features, in particular, will allow lawyers to complete eDiscovery more quickly and efficiently,” said Wendell Jisa, chief executive officer for Reveal.

The new features include: 

  • A self-service portal enabling legal professionals to upload large and complex data sets via the web interface which are then automatically processed, all without the need for vendor assistance like most other eDiscovery platforms. When the processing is complete, the user can customize their workflow by either loading the data for review or performing early case assessment automatically – increasing the speed to discovery. 
  • Optimizations to how Reveal manages and schedules index, imaging and production tasks that allow clients to begin and complete review faster. 
  • Enhanced cloud-based scalability that keeps clients at maximum productivity. As processing requests increase, Reveal will automatically increase infrastructure capacity, ensuring legal professionals can focus on the case, not the hardware required to support eDiscovery.
  • A new, preconfigured standard project template that starts out ready to use with time-tested defaults, eliminating the hours customarily required for setup by a consultant, paralegal or eDiscovery expert. This includes the most commonly used tags, redaction profiles and field profiles – all ready for use. Clients also still have the flexibility to customize.  

Reveal issues continual updates for its technology throughout the year, balancing a client-driven methodology with the ability to identify and address evolving eDiscovery needs quickly.

The new enhancements continue the company’s efforts to help law firms and corporate legal departments navigate regulations, accelerate review, and conquer big data on a global scale. Reveal recently added new data centers in Montreal and Tokyo, bringing the total to 19 centers across five continents and enabling customers to host data wherever needed. It also hired a new vice president of business development for Canada in October. Reveal, which specializes in international data privacy requirements, provides experienced consultants and support staff around the globe and offers a user interface that detects more than 160 languages. 

FileTrail Marks 20-Year Anniversary

Legal market information governance leader will celebrate milestone throughout the year

SAN JOSE, Calif. – January 16, 2020 – FileTrail, a leader in next-generation information governance and records management software, is proud to announce its 20-year anniversary.


FileTrail launched in early 2000, when technology advancements were driving an explosion of both the creation and storage of data. The need to manage all this information led to FileTrail’s development of the first entirely web-based records management solution. Since then the company has worked closely with its clients to create new solutions that move beyond records.


Today FileTrail is the leading provider of comprehensive IG solutions for the legal market. The company’s popular FileTrail GPS™ includes Policy Manager to implement retention, holds and outside counsel guidelines for documents and records; Records Manager to create, locate, track and audit physical records; and Mobility Manager to streamline lateral moves and client requests. All three core modules of GPS work in concert to advance IG, helping law firms improve compliance, save money and reduce risk.


“Over the past two decades, we’ve seen tremendous change across the information governance landscape. We have enjoyed great success in helping our law firm clients respond to that change and deliver significant benefits across their entire organizations,” says FileTrail CEO Darrell Mervau. “We’re grateful for those clients and other partnerships we’ve forged along the way and especially for our exceptional team that remains an integral part of this exciting journey.”


FileTrail plans to host anniversary celebrations at key legal industry events throughout 2020, details for which will be shared at later dates.


About FileTrail

FileTrail is reshaping the information risk management landscape, enabling firms to meet urgent client demands, pass audits and address new compliance rules with a modern approach to records management and information governance. FileTrail centralizes, simplifies and automates the IG life cycle, including policy management, document review and disposition – integrating across physical records and electronic repositories – so firms can address OCGs, lateral intake, matter mobility and client audit response. It’s time to move beyond records management, and FileTrail is leading the way. For more information about FileTrail’s records management and information governance software, visit

Princeton, NJ, (January 23, 2020) – CobbleStone Software, the leader in contract management and eProcurement software proudly announces its GSA contract has been renewed for an additional five years. CobbleStone Software will continue to be located on GSA schedule 70 ensuring that organizations in the market for contract management software can get the most innovative contract management suite at the best value.


The GSA Schedule 70 gives organizations, such as federal agencies, qualified nonprofits, and many state and local governments the option to purchase services and products (such as contract management software) through a schedule – or a government cooperative contract – so that no negotiation or contract authoring is needed. Consequently, these organizations can streamline the process of procuring products and services to implement better purchasing processes and optimize service to the public. Organizations who are considering investment in contract management software may find that purchasing through the GSA provides the best option.


To find out if your organization is eligible to purchase through GSA, submit an eligibility request.


CobbleStone Software’s acclaimed contract management platform, Contract Insight®, is located in the GSA schedule 70, and has proven to be a winning solution for many government agencies. Contract Insight equips public organizations with full contract lifecycle management software – featuring key date notifications and budget alerts, compliance oversight tools, DBE tracking, FOIA procedures, Dun & Bradstreet integration, process transparency with automated contract workflows, and much more!


CobbleStone maintains strong relationships with leading government organizations, including cities, counties, states, universities, federal agencies, and others.  Discover case studies and success stories from government agencies regarding how they have used Contract Insight to achieve better contract management and procurement processes.


 “We are proud to be an approved vendor on the GSA Schedule 70 for another 5 years. When CobbleStone Software’s source-to-contract suite – Contract Insight – is purchased through GSA, eligible buyers can expedite and simplify their purchase through a reputable and long-trusted organization.”– Bradford Jones, Director of Sales & Marketing at CobbleStone Software

About CobbleStone Software

CobbleStone Software has been a leader in providing enterprise contract management, vendor management, and eSourcing software solutions for over 20 years and is trusted by thousands of users. CobbleStone’s Contract Insight contract management suite provides contract and vendor tracking, configurable email alerts, calendar notifications, contract workflow management, robust security options, authoring of contract templates with dynamic clauses, revenue/cost management, full-text indexing and searching, vendor/client ratings, document version control, custom reports, electronic signatures, smarter contracts with artificial intelligence and machine learning, and more.

To learn more about Contract Insight, contact the CobbleStone Team at or call 866-330-0056.


You’re probably already aware of the dangers associated with email, but we bet you’re still continuing to use it, despite the risks. In the current climate, it’s almost impossible to completely avoid using email as part of your daily communication, however, you should be making an effort to minimise your email usage by only using it in certain scenarios, i.e. inquiries. For lawyers in particular, once a client has been acquired, you should move all communications and file sharing to one secure portal, this not only streamlines all communications, but generally makes it easier for you and your client to contact each other and share files.

96% of organisations are using cloud-based computing of some form*. How many applications are you using today within your firm that are cloud based? Probably quite a few. Yet why do so many organisations still opt for on premises platforms to store their corporate data? The reluctance to move to the cloud varies from firm to firm, but security is always high on the list. With file sharing platforms and client portals, one of the main reasons to stay on premises is the result of your clients not wanting their data in the cloud. Many firms feel their own, internal infrastructure will be more secure than the cloud. They are in control. However, many articles suggest the cloud is far more secure…

So, when choosing a file sharing platform and/or client portal solution which infrastructure should you opt for; Cloud or On Premises?

In the ever-growing client focused legal industry, it’s becoming more and more important for lawyers to provide their clients with what they want, to provide them with a competitive alternative to the huge list of available legal services available. Although, law firms are now paying more attention to giving clients a more transparent service, for example, having set budgets and fixed fees, firms are often forgetting about what in-house lawyers really want. Without changing to better accommodate in-house lawyers, firms will find themselves loosing clients, earning themselves a bad reputation and consequently loosing revenue.

We are delighted to announce that Hubshare are among the first to partner with Reynen Court as a featured vendor. On the 15th August 2019, Reynen Court LLC announced the Beta release of their software platform designed to help accelerate the acquisition of new and existing technologies for law firms and legal departments.