Customer Success Stories
Read about how law firms, corporations, and government agencies have achieved success with Everlaw.
Sher Edling LLP + Everlaw
See how this leading environmental litigation firm stays on top of a changing legal landscape and massive amounts of data to drive client success throughout the life of every matter.
Barnes & Thornburg + Everlaw
Across 20 offices and 800+ legal professionals, Barnes & Thornburg is empowering its teams to take control of the ediscovery process, from litigation support staff to corner-office, with technology that is powerful, reliable, quick, and easy to use. Learn how.
Elkins Kalt + Everlaw
Elkins Kalt Weintraub Reuben Gartside LLP is a litigation and transactional firm that combines legal technicality, business analytics, and creative thinking to deliver fresh perspectives and smart strategies for clients. Learn how one litigation paralegal handles the entire ediscovery process for her team of 15 attorneys, from analytics and visualization to culling through seemingly insurmountable data dumps, to uncover the truth within the documents.
A Scalable Solution for a Multi-Billion Dollar Global Corporation
See how a global corporation reduced outsourcing costs by $4 million a year by taking ediscovery in-house with Everlaw.
Harness IP + Everlaw
Learn how this full-service intellectual property firm of 100+ attorneys empowers litigators and support staff with any level of technical expertise, so they can get directly into their data with a product they can feel confident with.
Cracking the Case: Hagens Berman LLP
When the scandal surrounding Theranos first made headlines, Reed Kathrein was quick to identify potential securities fraud. See how Kathrein, partner at international class-action and complex plaintiffs’ litigation firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro, leveraged Everlaw to quickly uncover key documents in the civil litigation that followed, including key notes from Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
San Francisco District Attorney’s Office + Everlaw
"The technology that you’re using in an organization actually makes a difference.” See how the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office leverages the world’s most advanced ediscovery technology to get to the truth of a case, secure its data—and even to bring an abducted child home. With the right technology in place, D.A. staff can focus on the tasks that matter most, to promote public safety and ensure that justice is done.
Hagens Berman + Everlaw
In a world where the amount of data involved in litigation can be overwhelming, international class-action and complex plaintiffs' litigation firm Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro has made it easy to find the information that matters most. From leveraging predictive coding to surface hot documents to collaborating in real time to construct clear timelines of what happened, when, and with whom, Hagens Berman attorneys are tackling the most pressing challenges in an always-evolving profession.
In today’s litigation, precise data matters. That’s why the team at Goldberg Segalla uses Everlaw to maintain complicated data sets, ensure meticulous results, and help attorneys find the hot documents that can make or break a case.
Learn how this international firm uses cutting-edge technology to turn ediscovery into a revenue generator, with tools that make attorneys self-sufficient, reduce costs to clients, and keep the firm in control.
Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams
The trial lawyers of Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams handle complex, high-stakes matters, where efficiency and efficacy are dual keys to successful results. See how this firm uses early case assessment to rapidly work through millions of documents, empower trial teams, and ensure that justice is done.
How HomeServe Reduced Time Spent on DSARs by 50%
For HomeServe, a UK-based multinational organisation, handling a high volume of incoming DSARs made it difficult for their HR department to focus on the core aspect of their role: providing excellent customer service for employees. Find out how their HR team cut the time it takes to review and respond to a DSAR by 50%.