eDisclosure


View Does Legastat provide electronic disclosure services?

Does Legastat provide electronic disclosure services?

Yes, absolutely, Legastat has been providing eDisclosure services for over 10 years, to law firms, blue-chip companies and extensively to the UK Government.

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View What eDisclosure platform does Legastat use?

What eDisclosure platform does Legastat use?

Legastat is a UK partner for the Axcelerate eDisclosure software provided by OpenText. Axcelerate is a fully-featured, fast and scalable platform that has been at the leading edge of AI technologies in electronic disclosure for many years. Feedback from clients who have used Axcelerate has been very positive, as people find it to be intuitive…

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View I’ve heard a lot about things like predictive coding, TAR and other artificial intelligence (AI) processes being applied in eDisclosure. Is this something Legastat can do?

I’ve heard a lot about things like predictive coding, TAR and other artificial intelligence (AI) processes being applied in eDisclosure. Is this something Legastat can do?

Whether described as TAR, CAR, AI or predictive coding, the Axcelerate platform contains extensive AI capabilities used in almost all our projects. These capabilities help our clients to prioritise the documents likely to be relevant, saving time and money.

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View Can you explain the difference between eDisclosure and eDiscovery?

Can you explain the difference between eDisclosure and eDiscovery?

eDisclosure refers to the disclosure process in the UK jurisdiction. eDiscovery refers to the disclosure process in the US. They are somewhat interchangeable and describe the process of gathering and producing electronic material for disclosure in litigation.

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View What exactly is electronic disclosure?

What exactly is electronic disclosure?

eDisclosure is best described by the component parts. Electronic refers to the material held in electronic form, typically this will be emails and their attachments and the multitude of document files such as Word and Excel. It can also include social media content and the contents of devices such as phones and tablets such as…

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View What does early case assessment (ECA) mean?

What does early case assessment (ECA) mean?

The ECA process is best explained in 2 distinct stages. The first process is identifying documents potentially relevant to your case. This may involve identifying custodians, data locations (computers, mobiles, social media, etc.) or date ranges. The second process is narrowing the data identified by eliminating duplicates or running keywords, ensuing proportionality for your case….

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View What does it mean when you describe Legastat as an end-to-end eDisclosure provider?

What does it mean when you describe Legastat as an end-to-end eDisclosure provider?

Legastat is one of the few providers of eDisclosure services that can also provide a full range of related services without outsourcing anything. This includes specialist services such as forensic collection, scanning and indexing, hard copy production, court and electronic court bundles.

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View Colleagues have said that electronic disclosure is only for large cases and is expensive. Is this correct?

Colleagues have said that electronic disclosure is only for large cases and is expensive. Is this correct?

Definitely not. We have successfully completed many smaller projects of just a few GB’s of data. We even have a fixed cost, fully inclusive eDisclosure solution called Aria for projects under 5GB. You can find out more here.

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View I’ve been asked to complete an electronic disclosure questionnaire (EDQ), can you help?

I’ve been asked to complete an electronic disclosure questionnaire (EDQ), can you help?

We would be delighted to guide you through the process. Please get in touch and one of our consultants will be happy to discuss your requirements in more detail.

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