Prepare for litigation
With Everlaw, review teams can be faster and more accurate. Case administrators love the robust assignment tools, flexible and powerful predictive coding capabilities, and deep analytics for reviewer and team performance. Reviewers love the blink-speed search, sub-second doc-to-doc navigation, and intuitive interfaces.
Conduct lightning-fast doc review
Search at blink-speed
Everlaw search is so fast that it returns results instantly, even across databases with millions of documents. This makes it possible to explore a database quickly and efficiently. Moreover, it’s quick to pick up—no need to learn regular expression or proprietary search syntaxes.
Search against just about any intrinsic aspect of a document, such as the content, metadata, or presence of a foreign language. Or, search across review product, like codes, notes, binders, or who took the review action. It’s also possible to create a search term report to help triage review or settle on search terms.
Leverage predictive coding
Let technology find what’s relevant, faster. Predictive coding in Everlaw starts working the minute someone reviews the first document. Predictions will be ready once someone has reviewed 200 documents and will update continuously with ongoing review activity. It’s even possible build custom models in a matter of minutes to prepare for depositions, hearings, or the next phase of review.
The primary data source in Everlaw is stored on secure AWS cloud servers, which surpass industry standards for privacy and security. AWS has SOC 1, 2, and 3, ISO 27001, FedRAMP, and FIPS certifications, in addition to meeting compliance standards for many other legal and security frameworks.
Everlaw also has its own SOC 2 Type II certification in Security, Availability, and Confidentiality, demonstrating that it’s designed to keep your data secure. Everlaw has been audited for compliance with HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules, providing independent assurance of compliance.
It’s also possible to activate two-factor authentication on cases, requiring all users to authenticate every computer or device through which they access Everlaw by providing both a password and another piece of information. The second factor can be a one-time code delivered to their email address or a rolling code generated by the Google Authenticator app on a mobile device.