Still trying to figure out this holiday season what to get that attorney or legal professional that has everything? Except great technology, that is. Well, just in time for the holidays, the FREE 2020 eDiscovery Buyers Guide is here to help you make those eDiscovery tech buying decisions!
This is the third annual edition of the Buyers Guide and it’s published by Legal Tech Publishing, which continues the tradition established by its predecessor, Lex Tech Review, of publishing the highly recognized annual Buyers Guide series, educational webinars, case studies, and whitepapers. It’s also my third year in a row to cover it (and contribute an article)!
Like last year, this year’s edition not only has a write-up about each of the reviewed products, it also has a video review of many of them too! It’s contained in a comprehensive (but easy to read) 127-page PDF document, which contains reviews of a whopping 28(!) products. Once again, the guide includes reviews for products in several categories, including eDiscovery Research and Case Law (with a review of eDiscovery Assistant, my go-to source for Case Law opinions and an Affinity Partner of eDiscovery Today), Case Analysis and Chronologies, Forensic Collection, Document Review (which is by far the largest section) and Audio eDiscovery.
Want more? It’s got more! Sprinkled throughout the product reviews are articles from industry experts like Ari Kaplan, Craig Ball, Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad, Editor-in-Chief Brett Burney and me(!).
The Legal Tech Publishing team (which also includes Chelsey Lambert and Cathy Kenton) had two goals in creating the eDiscovery Buyers Guide when they started the publication in 2018:
- First, they wanted to provide a literal “Buyers Guide” so that lawyers could avoid the manual and inefficient processes that typically plague litigation matters today; and
- Second, they wanted for users of it to be able to refer to the eDiscovery Buyers Guide to learn about products that might be helpful to their clients, or gain a better idea of the products being used by opposing counsel.
Once again, the eDiscovery Buyers Guide delivers – it’s the only eDiscovery product review guide (that I know if, anyway) that provides video reviews of many of the products.
Best of all – the Guide is once again FREE to check out! You can go here to download your copy of it. Happy Holidays!
The eDiscovery Buyers Guide is just one of several guides that Legal Tech Publishing publishes. They also publish guides related to document management, running a virtual law firm, legal operations and more. Check out their publications and other resources here.
So, what do you think? Do you have an eDiscovery solution in house? If not, you may be able to find the right solution in this guide! As always, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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