Peer to Peer Magazine

March 2012

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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Web-based review platform, Global RPM. First Advantage customers will be able to review audio and video content from within Global RPM. www. and Nextpoint, Inc. introduced a major set of enhancements for customizable document coding and review across its e-discovery and trial presentation platforms. These new enhancements make advanced redaction, custom coding and customizable document views available in a secure, cloud-based document review platform. With the new functionality, users have the ability to create customized stamps and codes to accurately identify documents, making the process of producing large volumes of digital evidence for litigation even easier and more efficient. Omega Legal Systems announced a new integration with Bellefield Systems' iTimeKeep iPad and iPhone applications. Using iTimeKeep, Omega customers can now enter time directly from their iPad or iPhone via wireless connection and their entries automatically synchronize and register in Omega Legal's financial management system in real time. Also, when new clients, matters, tasks and activity codes are added to Omega Legal, iTimeKeep immediately renders them visible on the iPad or iPhone. and RenewData announced the launch of DART (Defensible Auditable Review Tagger). Used exclusively with kCura's popular review platform Relativity, DART, offered at no additional charge to clients using RenewData to host their Relativity reviews, helps attorneys expedite the analysis of data to allow for quicker and more informed legal and business decisions. Rocket Matter announced the 2.0 release of their flagship software, including the addition of major features document assembly and custom fields. Document assembly allows users to merge their client and matter data, already stored in Rocket Matter with templated legal forms, creating instantaneous new legal documents. Since Rocket Matter tracks time and generates invoices, a billable entry can be automatically created as well. TCDI announced the introduction of CV5 for smarter document review and production. CV5 was designed to provide efficiency and productivity enhancements for review teams, while also maximizing performance and responsiveness over the Internet. It contains important enhancements with advanced technology and automation that will streamline work processes, improve productivity and significantly reduce the cost involved in legal document review and production. ZyLAB released the first in its series of new ZyLAB Cloud Collectors to capture email from Microsoft Exchange Online, part of Office 365, and all email messaging applications that support Exchange ActiveSync Protocol, Post Office Protocol (POP3) and Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP), such as Gmail, Hotmail, AOL, Verizon and Comcast, among others. The supported data types span messages, nested messages, attachments, calendar items and tasks, and contacts that are stored within the webmail account. Congratulations 2011 LTN Innovation Award Winners: Champion of Technology U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck IT Director of the Year Craig Bingham of Bass, Berry & Sims Large Law Firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques Small Law Firm Ward and Smith Corporate Law Department John Deere Pro Bono Minnesota Legal Services Coalition __________________________________________ Additional information on the awards and winners is available in the February 2012 issue of Law Technology News and on the magazine's website at Peer to Peer 79

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