San Francisco Chronicle (video)
Investigative journalists at the San Francisco Chronicle use document review and fact finding tools to uncover the truth behind radioactively contaminated land, left over from cold war-era US naval bases, being used for new housing developments.
Scharf Banks Marmor
Scharf Banks Marmor is a sophisticated firm that's committed to using the best technology available for their clients' needs. With Everlaw, the firm found a competitive edge in courting corporate clients thanks to the platform's security certifications, lightning-fast speed, and powerful advanced technology.
Greg McCullough (video)
Considered the “Magic Man,” independent fire litigation consultant Greg McCullough turns to Everlaw to find meaningful information within terabytes of data and millions of documents.
Allensworth & Porter
A key feature was missing in Allensworth & Porter’s previous ediscovery tool: predictive coding. With Everlaw, the firm discovered a powerful cloud-based, AI-powered solution with a couple additional features that came as a pleasant surprise: transparent pricing and complimentary customer support.
Tom O’Connor (video)
For ediscovery legend Tom O’Connor, multimedia files have presented a significant cost barrier in his long career as a federal defense attorney. Everlaw has given him the capability to ingest, process, and review video and audio files with ease and all in a single platform.
Ediscovery pioneer and technologist Mary Mack of EDRM offers a glimpse of legal tech’s future where ediscovery tools will need to be more transparent about “how things are done.” One of the key drivers will be artificial intelligence which will provide more predictability.
Berger Kahn (video)
Berger Kahn is using powerful ediscovery technology and taking its fire litigation practice to new heights. The firm values the ability of Everlaw to “create a universe where the attorneys are directly involved in the evidence.”
With the goal of “offering the best solutions” to customers, ediscovery technology provider Cognicion chooses Everlaw for our vision and ease of adoption.
Phillips Black (video)
Faced with a lack of resources, an Oakland-based nonprofit law firm that represents indigent clients on death row discovers the power and freedom of automated document review and collaborative narrative building.
McDonald Carano (video)
Learn about how a tech-savvy Nevada-based law firm leverages artificial intelligence to expedite document review.
A global AMLaw 200 firm reduces ediscovery costs and finds a secret weapon for trial preparation while significantly boosting user software adoption across the firm.
Kegler Brown Hill + Ritter
A midwest law firm capitalizes on transparent pricing from Everlaw to improve their client relationships.
Ten million documents (many in foreign languages), corrupt files, and a tiny review team. Find out how Hausfeld still managed to win the day using Everlaw.
Brooks Kushman, Michigan’s largest intellectual property firm, chose Everlaw to get the firm, their cases, and all of their attorneys up and running fast.
A state attorney was frustrated—they had tried several popular ediscovery platforms but each one created more problems than they solved. Then they switched to Everlaw.
GM Ignition Switch
A highly complex matter—31 law firms, 200 reviewers, and 2.5 million documents—where plaintiffs were able quickly weave together compelling case narratives.