Everlaw for Corporations
Unlock a legal team’s full potential with the most intuitive platform for litigation and investigations.
Empower legal teams to do more with less, control business data, and minimize legal spend.
Whether the goal is to bring more discovery in-house, or gain more control and oversight to better hold outside counsel accountable, Everlaw makes the entire investigations and litigation process more efficient and actionable.
For Corporate Legal Departments
Reduce Legal Spend
Meet deadlines more efficiently and cost-effectively with features that automate duplicative work, re-use work product, and enable collaboration across teams.
Securely manage the most sensitive data, eliminating risk from outside service vendors.
Integrate Seamlessly on the Cloud
Quickly and easily connect to a variety of external data sources.
I routinely use Everlaw to conduct investigations and analyze document productions. The platform simply makes searching across a large volume of documents so much easier than anything else I’ve come across. The ability to create tags has completely changed how I conduct investigations because it’s enabled me to drastically increased my level of organization.”
– Dustin D, Enterprise Company
Everlaw allows users to collaborate deeply with messaging and sharing capabilities to make the trial preparation process more technologically advanced.”
– Ryan O’Leary, Esq. Senior Research Analyst, Legal, Risk, & Compliance, IDC
Everlaw Benefits Corporations
IDC Vendor Spotlight: The Business Case for In-House Ediscovery
In this vendor spotlight authored by IDC Analyst Ryan O’Leary, “The Business Case for In-House Ediscovery,” we break down all you need to know about moving ediscovery in-house.
5 Reasons to Bring Ediscovery In-House
The corporate ediscovery landscape largely depends on outsourcing work to service providers and outside counsel. In the early days of ediscovery, legal professionals would routinely purchase managed seats for review from service providers because of the expertise and infrastructure required to collect, process, and host data. In the past, many buyers purchased ediscovery software in
by Christina Ling September 4, 2020