Casepoint will be at Booth #134 throughout Legalweek to demo Casepoint eDiscovery, which has been entirely rebuilt on the new Casepoint Platform a web-based, enterprise-scale application development environment that makes it easy for organizations to customize and integrate diverse legal workflows

Tysons, VA — January 28, 2019—Casepoint, a leader in providing innovative eDiscovery solutions in a single, cloud-based platform, will be demonstrating completely new versions of its two flagship products – Casepoint eDiscovery and Casepoint Platform – at Legalweek New York, which will be held January 28–31 at New York Hilton Midtown. Casepoint’s legal and technology experts, including CEO Haresh Bhungalia and Chief Strategy Officer David Carns, will be on hand all week to show off the new technology and meet privately with interested parties. Show attendees are encouraged to stop by Booth #134 for a demonstration of both products and to discuss the Casepoint vision for Law 3.0, where advanced technologies enable tightly integrated workflows, more efficient processes and dramatic cost savings, and provide data-based intelligence to inform smarter legal and business decision-making.

Casepoint eDiscovery is the culmination of more than 10 years of innovation, offering blazing fast, enterprise-class tools for full-spectrum eDiscovery, including cloud collections, data processing, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, review and highly customizable productions – all in an easy-to-use, web-based interface. Available as a SaaS, on-premise or hybrid solution, Casepoint eDiscovery supports sophisticated workflows across millions of documents, multiple terabytes of data, thousands of legal matters, and unlimited numbers of users. Legal teams can use its built-in analytics, data management tools and sophisticated reporting capabilities to reduce data volumes, complete projects faster and cut costs.

Casepoint eDiscovery is built on Casepoint Platform, a highly secure, scalable and configurable application development and deployment environment. With Casepoint Platform, law firms and legal departments can automate, customize and integrate legal workflows extending well beyond the realm of eDiscovery to optimize processes, eliminate redundancies and save money across the organization. The platform was designed for deployment of a full range of enterprise applications, including custodian tracking, media tracking, custom-built applications, and more through a single, web-based ecosystem and a distributed services architecture. Law firms and legal departments will have the option to customize the technology to meet their own specifications, from database set up to data processing and all the way through to the end of discovery, without incurring extra consulting fees.

To learn more about Casepoint eDiscovery and Casepoint Platform, visit us at Booth #134 during Legalweek, or visit our website.

About Casepoint

Casepoint empowers legal departments, law firms, and public agencies by providing smarter legal technology combined with award-winning client service. Casepoint eDiscovery is the fast, enterprise class, and next-generation eDiscovery suite from Casepoint, based on more than 10 years of innovation in the industry. It is built upon Casepoint Platform, a highly scalable, secure, and configurable application environment that meets the demands of sophisticated clients within eDiscovery and beyond. Whether SaaS, on prem, or hybrid, Casepoint eDiscovery features cloud collections, data processing, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, review, and productions – all in an easy-to-use web interface. Casepoint customers benefit from the ability to support sophisticated workflows across millions of documents and hundreds of users, with custom reporting and data management tools built-in. Simple, elegant, and intuitive, Casepoint represents the next generation of litigation technology that will empower your global legal team. For more information, go to



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Cellebrite has the proven experience and experise to help deliver end to end capabilities to help realize the truth in digital data. Join us at booth 1217 to hear more! @cellebrite

LegalTech New York, January 25, 2019 — Inovitech LLC, a Washington, D.C.-based legal technology and consulting company, today announced the release of the IS-A-TASK 6.0 platform for comprehensive legal project management of corporate e-discovery. IS-A-TASK offers an innovative solution that cohesively brings together all facets and stakeholders from across the e-discovery process, including all of the roles and functions of the legal department, outside counsel, and external service providers. The platform replaces a plethora of other applications traditionally used to manage e-discovery projects, such as email, spreadsheets, evidence tracking and billing systems.  With a single, centralized platform, IS-A-TASK is designed to facilitate a higher frequency of on-time, on-budget project delivery.

“Since 2011, Inovitech has been developing IS-A-TASK with a select group of corporate and government partners who share our vision for achieving measurable accountability and transparency throughout the e-discovery process,” said Debra Rozier, Founder and CEO, Inovitech. “With the release of IS-A-TASK 6.0, our platform offers all of the project management capabilities today’s corporations require to address increasingly complex e-discovery obligations.”

Rozier added, “We are proud of our progress on the IS-A-TASK platform and especially honored this year to be recognized in the LegalTech New York 2019 Product Innovation Competition.”

Key benefits of the IS-A-TASK 6.0 platform include:

  • Increased process transparency with team-interactive global dashboard reports
  • Assured process integrity with centralized inventory management of assets and custodian data
  • Expanded team collaboration with multiple Active Directory connections to bring together various cross organizational divisions and departments
  • Data security and confidentially protection through cross-portal database multi-tenant design
  • Enhanced user experience via a purpose-built UX design, including Amazon Alexa integration for voice interactive help and portal assistance

To learn more and request a demonstration, visit Inovitech at Booth #333 during LegalTech New York, January 29-31, 2019 at the New York Hilton Midtown, or submit a demo request online at

About Inovitech

Inovitech is a legal solutions and consulting company based in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Inovitech specializes in the development of cloud-computing business applications and consultancy services for corporations, government agencies, law firms, and legal service providers. Inovitech helps its clients improve business processes, enhance workflow strategies, and refine or integrate technology solutions that facilitate greater efficiency in performing legal work. For more information, visit

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Workstorm, provider of enterprise-grade workplace collaboration technology, today announced expanded platform functionalities that align with the company’s vision for unparalleled connectedness of a single collaboration and communication platform for the legal and professional services industries. Demonstration of Workstorm’s expanded functionality, including calendar integrations, will take place during LegalCIO and Legaltech, two conferences on January 29-31 that are part of Legalweek in New York. As a part of LegalCIO, the vice president of legal technology for Workstorm, Michele C.S. Lange, is scheduled to lead a visionary discussion on client collaboration for the session entitled “The Future of Legal Services: Staying Competitive and Collaborative Amidst Growing Client Pressures” on January 29, 10:30-11:30 a.m., at the New York Hilton Midtown.

As an event sponsor, Workstorm will showcase the latest features of its comprehensive legal collaboration platform throughout Legalweek. Incorporating the latest enhancements, the Workstorm platform features calendaring, email, messaging, videoconferencing, file sharing and document management systems (DMS) integrations, all within a secure, single sign-on, one-click environment. The new calendar integration functionality allows users to create, access and view calendars directly from within Workstorm, send or receive meeting invitations through email or messaging and seamlessly schedule and launch Workstorm’s videoconferencing system. With this release, Workstorm takes another step toward equipping legal teams with a single platform necessary to increase efficiency, while solving case docketing and tracking challenges.

The panel session moderated by Lange focuses on adapting and developing CIO strategies to stay ahead of the curve in client collaboration based on leading trends and technologies in the industry. Panelists include David Cambria, global director of legal operations, Baker McKenzie; Joan Holman, CIO, Clark Hill; Scott Rechtschaffen, CKO, Littler Mendelson P.C.; Kermit Wallace, CIO, Day Pitney LLP; and Andrea Markstrom, CIO, Blank Rome LLP.

“The legal industry is entering an era of invigorating transformation, with technology empowering partners, associates and in-house legal counsel to collaborate in ways that are more efficient, effective and enlivening for their internal teams and external stakeholders,” says Raj Fernando, chairman and CEO of Workstorm. “At Workstorm, we see the power and possibilities within our platform and are quickly responding to the needs of the industry with the latest functionalities. It’s an honor for us to be leading the conversation about the road ahead with such esteemed panelists at LegalCIO.”

The Workstorm collaboration platform is designed to meet the unique needs of law firms, corporate legal departments and professional services organizations. With email, calendar, messaging, videoconferencing, document management systems and more all in one place, Workstorm provides the tools and systems necessary for brilliant minds and busy professionals to focus on what’s important.

For more information on Workstorm or to get started with the product, visit

About Workstorm LLC

Workstorm LLC provides enterprise-grade workplace collaboration technology. Built by professionals for professionals, the company’s fully integrated, customizable collaboration platform combines workflow efficiency with data security. Workstorm was founded in 2015 to address the double-digit market growth in enterprise collaboration, a segment with a projected market opportunity of nearly $60 billion by 2023. Privately held and headquartered in Chicago, Workstorm has a dedicated team of Chicago-based employees, backed by a global network of developers, contractors and advisors. For more information, visit or follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

FileTrail, a leader in next-generation information governance and records management software, announces the launch of file share connectors for its FileTrail GPS™, Governance Policy Suite. File share connectors for GPS further advance information governance compliance by expanding the management of files to include organized and unorganized data contained in all file shares within a law firm’s network.

FileTrail GPS improves the implementation of both internal IG policies and outside counsel guidelines by managing retention policies across all repositories within firms’ ecosystems and automating their review cycles to achieve auditable, defensible disposition. With the addition of file share connectors, firms can now organize and manage both structured and unstructured data to further extend their IG efforts, gaining a more comprehensive solution and reducing risk. Other recent GPS updates include improved processes and reduce costs associated with lateral moves and records transfers to clients.

“Since its introduction a year ago, FileTrail GPS has become the premier solution for law firms seeking a more integrative approach to complete information management,” says FileTrail CEO Darrell Mervau. “Firms are looking for a more modern and holistic IG solution, and GPS provides that with its ability to apply both internal policy and OCGs across multiple data platforms, along with its automated retention and disposition and its advanced matter mobility tools.”

Several large, prominent firms including Foley & Lardner; Shook, Hardy & Bacon; Davis Wright Tremaine; and Hogan Lovells have recently selected FileTrail both for its modern RM system and for FileTrail GPS to advance their commitments to IG. These and other progressive firms are choosing GPS to move their information management and governance efforts forward with an automated, comprehensive solution.

FileTrail will demonstrate its new file share connectors and other features of its popular GPS product, along with its industry-leading RM platform, at Legaltech New York, January 29-31, 2019, at the New York Hilton Midtown. Hilton New York. Attendees can visit FileTrail in the exhibit hall at booth #509.

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

Smart data, intelligently delivered.

How Corporate Legal is rethinking data and boosting legal performance.

Data proliferation. Legal analytics.

Data-driven everything.Corporate Legal faces growing business challenges. On one hand, these’s so much more data, in more formats, from more sources. This adds complexity to how You analyze data and handle compliance and security risks. On the other hand, there’s pressure to do more with less, requiring better tracking and transparency into expenses. This comes as departments are managing new and different sources of legal services, which adds even more complexity.

This heightened demand for information requires data, and lots of it. The need to access and analyze rapidly increasing volumes of data isn’t new. It has always Been at the heart of how law is practiced. But with so much data now available, the risk of making decisions based on incomplete information continues to rise.

In many ways, an inability to harness data for decision making can quickly become a legal liability. What’s the risk? Should you litigate? Can you improve your business performance? Is it worth it? Corporate Legal needs to reconsider what data can do for their business — and how legal analytics hold the key to achieving much-needed collaboration, clarity, and compliance in a more cost-focused world.

Effective data use will make the difference.

According to Gartner, “Legal departments that use analytics to inform their decision making exhibit higher work quality, reduced litigation cost, and lower spending.”1 Yet, most of today’s Corporate Legal departments still employ myriad manual processes and disparate data solutions. Few use legal analytics and most utilize only a fraction of their data.

What makes data “smart”?

Data becomes smart when it’s transformed into the insights required to propel a business forward. For Corporate Legal, this means quick access to everything from high-level summaries to granular details on open matters; even financial reporting, like aging reports on open invoices. When your data is smart, it supports and informs your decisions. It gives your team more control over cases and costs. This is what we call “Smart data.”

Rather than the bits and bytes trapped in different applications and documents, smart data provides a single reference point, making it easy to analyze and share information securely— across the entire legal team, in-house staff, business-unit reps, and outside counsel. The result: Greater transparency, efficiency, and insight.

“Intelligent delivery” makes smart data actionable.

Creating smart data is only half the battle. You also must make the smart data available to everyone on the team, where they are, when they need it, in the optimal format for their individual Needs.

Intelligent delivery makes smart data comprehensive, accurate, and actionable. It’s time for a mind shift: You shouldn’t have to change the way you work in order to create and use your smart data. Although you may already rely on a legal information management solution, it may not accommodate the ways your
department needs to work.

Truly intelligent delivery enables any user to determine what smart data they need and how they will receive it — all within access parameters you specify. In other words, intelligent delivery serves up timely information related to all matters in one place, so teams can quickly compare matter, spend, and law-firm data through a single, easily-consumable view.

Embrace the future.

Research from Gartner shows that nearly 50% of legal departments intend to use analytics for process improvement, and more than a third for legal analysis.4
Drive your team forward by implementing the processes and technologies that enable smart data, intelligently delivered. Develop a comprehensive, practical long-term plan beginning with your end goals in mind. Align your technology and process choices around your objectives. Ensure that your providers offer the Flexibility you need to support your business as it changes and grows. These strategies will lay the foundation for process improvements, powerful legal analysis, and maturing your legal department across the full range of CLOC competencies.

doeLEGAL shows how legal teams could rethink their data to boost legal performance by 65% at Legaltech 2019 in NYC.

Learn more about “Smart data, intelligently delivered.” at booth #1014

Wilmington, DE: doeLEGAL, the premier legal service provider of advanced information management tools giving corporate law departments and law firms a better way to rethink their data and boost legal performance, exhibits at ALM’s #Legalweek19 Legaltech 2019 show in New York City on January 29-31. The application of their new technology solutions enables high-performing legal teams to be more effective with their data and make timely decisions.

“Clients share with us how ASCENT enterprise legal management creates significant opportunities to reduce workloads by 50%, improve overall department efficiency by up to 65%, and intelligently deliver real-time views of their entire business on one screen,” said Tom Russo, president & CEO, doeLEGAL.  “These all speak to the extreme value received and that drives us to continually advance the solution.”

doeLEGAL also provides expert eDiscovery Managed Services using the best technology available to create a completely integrated process that ensures defensible chain-of-custody, faster data processing, and more accurate results which saves organizations as much as 50% in total litigation expenses.

To set up your private meeting or solution demonstration at Legaltech 2019, visit

Visitors at booth #1014 will experience their corporate magician who is ready to entertain Legaltech attendees with his unique illusions and card tricks as well as a candy station catering to anyone’s sweet-tooth. Visitors will also be able to register for “smart technology” door prizes drawn each day at the booth.

Time Tracker Legal Software Automation Improves Law Firm Efficiency and Success

New Jersey, NY – January 25, 2019 – The 2018 Clio Industry Report asked over 70,000 legal professionals what goals define their firm’s success and 84% placed revenue at the top of the list. Improving the firm’s operational efficiency came in just below at 80%. Law firms also consistently struggle to dedicate time to billable work. In an average 8-hour workday, utilization rates (the number of billable hours worked divided by the number of hours in a day) was just 30%; a mere 2.4 hours of the 8 hours worked. When you factor in the number of billable hours that don’t get reflected on an invoice and the amounts which never get paid, the average lawyer earns just 1.6 hours in billable work each day. This data suggests strongly the crucial need for improved efficiency and automation to increase revenues and prevent serious profitability issues.


eBillity’s Time Tracker Legal software enables law firms to automate their time tracking, expenses and billing. The mobile app allows the user to set up push notifications to remind them to track time, and has multi-timers that can automatically track their time by different clients with a push of a button. This automation alone can reduce administration time by up to 10+ hours per month, and by tracking time down to the second, billable hours have proven to increase by up to 20%.


Dennis Murphy from Hill Law Firm one of eBillity customers states, “my experience with Time Tracker over the past five years has been strongly favorable. I like that I can track my time not only by date but also across matters. The report function allows me to see how much time has been billed to each matter at any given period.” 


Time Tracker’s free apps for Outlook and Windows 10 allow the user to convert emails and calendar events into time entries and work offline. The product also connects with Apps like IFTTT and Zapier to automate repetitive tasks. Law firms can also automate expense tracking by taking a photo of their receipt and attaching it to an entry and then syncing it with their accounting software for reimbursement and client invoicing.


The Industry Report also indicates that clients are wanting the ability to check online the number of hours spent on their case, with 50% saying they’re more likely to hire a lawyer who takes electronic payments, 47% more likely to hire a lawyer who accepts automated payments, and 40% saying they would never hire a lawyer who didn’t take debit or credit cards. With Time Tracker law firms can turn their time and expense entries into branded client invoices in seconds, connect their account to Stripe to have payment links automatically added to invoices for immediate online payment. Clients are also able to login to their client portal and view completed work, outstanding invoices and pay bills online.


To complete the time, expense and billing cycle there are also apps that allow firms to automate their accounts receivable. Invoice Tracker by eBillity is an example of one that connects with accounting platforms and practice management software like Clio and Thomson Reuters Time and Billing to improve cash flow by getting firms paid faster. Invoice Tracker sends automatic invoice reminders, accepts online payments and reconciles once payments are made.


“Being able to showcase our time tracking software specifically built for law firms is exciting for our team, and we look forward to showing legal professionals how automation can improve their law firm’s bottom line, says Douglas Dweck, COO and Co Founder.”


eBillity will be there at Booth 311 come by to say hi and learn how to automate time tracking, invoices and expenses from anywhere, on any device, with Time Tracker. Our software includes legal friendly features built right in, such as UTBMS patent billing codes, trust accounting, 4-click invoicing, LSS realization reports, and a conflict checker. We also offer real-time security backups, GDPR, US-EU privacy compliance, and integrations with Clio, Xero, QuickBooks, Sage Intacct, Gusto, ADP, and SAP Concur. Also ask us how you can get a free subscription to Invoice Tracker and automate your invoice reminders to get paid faster.

Compiled (formerly Compiled Services), the developers of litigation support and e-discovery software ReadySuite, announces the release of the latest version of the software with a new “bridge” feature that allows users to retrieve information from the CloudNine™ LAW™ e-discovery platform and import it into Relativity, as well as retrieve field data from Relativity and overlay the data into LAW. This latest version of ReadySuite also offers new features that will save time and improve e-discovery processes for users.

“CloudNine needed a way for our users to easily import document data, including metadata fields, native files, text files, and image files from data processed in LAW directly into Relativity. We also needed a sync operation to export details like document coding, metadata, tag data, and document files, from Relativity into LAW,” says Brad Jenkins, CEO of CloudNine. “The experts at Compiled have a reputation for developing tools to accommodate specific e-discovery needs and were able to quickly develop and deploy the solution.”

Other new features of this latest version of ReadySuite include a new advanced script editor, with code completion and hint capabilities, that makes it easier for users to write their own scripts to address specific workflow needs. The release also adds nine new prebuilt e-discovery scripts.

“ReadySuite is becoming the go-to tool for law firms and e-discovery providers to handle e-discovery workflows,” says Justin Blessing, founder and CEO of Compiled. “We’ve developed the software to be a neutral tool to integrate e-discovery platforms and were able to quickly deploy the latest version that specifically addresses CloudNine’s integration needs.”

Representatives of Compiled will be at booth #335 at Legalweek, January 29 – 31, to demonstrate the many features of ReadySuite.

ReadySuite is specialized software that allows users an additional measure of quality control when it comes to producing documents for e-discovery. Its features help law firms, government organizations and e-discovery service providers prevent accidental disclosure of redacted documents or those documents that are designated as attorney/client privileged.

About Compiled

Since 2009, Compiled has created specialized software tools to aid in meeting tight litigation deadlines while adhering to strict quality standards. ReadySuite, the bundled suite of these tools, gives nontechnical and technical e-discovery professionals the ability to perform a number of quality control, load file manipulation and image processing steps to data involved in litigation or regulatory matters. Clients include law firms, e-discovery service providers and in-house legal teams. More information can be found at

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