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New! Annotation and Highlighting Functionality

Highlight Transcripts and Annotate Key Documents

Users can now review and highlight transcript text and associate deposition statements made by case participants with important documents and timeline events. In addition, key documents within Lexbe eDiscovery Platform can now be annotated with notes and highlights in preparation for a deposition or trial testimony. Important statements within an email, for example, can be highlighted and a separate on-page note added to prompt particular lines of questioning. Learn More about how you can use the new annotation editor to analyze incoming deposition transcripts and prepare for depositions and trial within your review environment.

Lexbe eDiscovery Platform is Heartbleed Safe

Over the last couple of weeks the media has reported on the Heartbleed bug that affected many web sites. Lexbe eDiscovery Platform was never vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug, so there is no need to change your password. If you do wish to change your Lexbe eDiscovery Suite password at any time for any reason please follow these instructions.

Using Custom Redaction Logs

Custom redaction logs can be created within Lexbe eDiscovery Platform to track and report on documents that you have redacted for confidentiality, privilege, or other reasons. Whether you have created the redacted version using Lexbe eDiscovery Platform’s redaction tool or using another utility, you can use custom redaction logs to help ensure that case information isn’t inadvertently disclosed. Learn more about creating custom redaction logs using Lexbe eDiscovery Platform.

Affordable Hosting Alternatives for Summation and Concordance Productions

Receiving a production from opposing counsel in TIFF (or TIF) format doesn’t have to require hefty licensing fees, increased personnel costs, or general TIFF confusion. Find out about easier, faster and cost efficient methods of hosting and reviewing large TIFF productions.

Key Points

  • What are TIFF Productions and ‘Standard’ Concordance/Summation formats
  • Accessing Native and PDF Versions of Documents
  • Hosting Alternatives, Security and Cost Considerations
  • Loadfile Validation and Loading
  • Getting the Best Search: OCR text and/or Native Extracted Text
  • Document Viewing; Issue Coding
  • Fact and Issue Mapping, Depositions, and Motion Practice

About the Speaker

Gene Albert is the CEO of Lexbe, and a frequent speaker and writer on litigation technology and eDiscovery topics. He is on the Planning Committee of the Texas State Bar eDiscovery Program. Gene has his JD from Southern Methodist University and his MBA from the University of Texas at Austin.

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Lexbe Review – Brett Burney Evaluates Lexbe

Brett Burney recently reviewed Lexbe’s Online eDiscovery platform in Technolawyer’s LitigationWorld. In his review, Brett highlights the affordability, ease of use, and the extensive functionality and feature set of Lexbe when compared to other cloud-based platforms. Brett’s Lexbe review can be viewed here.

From BurneyConsultants.com: Brett Burney is a featured speaker at numerous legal technology conferences including the ABA TECHSHOW, LegalTech and ILTA.

Brett is also a well-respected author on legal technology topics. You can find an extensive library of articles and columns written by Brett in LLRX.com, Law Technology News magazine, Legal Assistant Today magazine, and Law.com.

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