Robert Hilson is the Vice President of Marketing at Logikcull. Prior to joining Logikcull, Robert worked as a journalist and served as executive director of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists. You can reach him at email@example.com.
April was full of awesome feature releases, product improvements, and bug fixes. Here's a summary.
Last month was packed with awesome feature releases, product improvements, and bug fixes.
Today the global legaltech company, Logikcull, the leader in cloud-based DIY discovery, announced it will be requiring all employees to return to its headquarter offices in San Francisco on June 1.
Discovery is a 1% problem, and the noise is only making it worse. That’s why we built Logikcull. To democratize. To empower teams, and teams of teams. To get you, not the expert, closer to the problem so that you can solve it yourself.
Click a button and watch your review load plummet. Logikcull's new Inclusive Email QC tag captures the minimum set of emails you need to review to ensure you’ve seen 100% of the unique content in the set.
Our engineering, product, and design teams were hard at work throughout the last month of summer, slinging new features and improvements like they were hot dogs on a grill. Or popsicles in a heatwave. Or sunscreen of a Miami beach. You get the idea.
Ever wanted to throw an emoticon in a project title, navigate 100+ open tabs more easily, or just find Waldo in a split second?
Here are the new features we set off last month.
Here's your monthly update on new features, product improvements, and bug fixes.
April saw a host of big improvements to Logikcull to bring you a smoother, faster, more intuitive, and more customizable experience..
Learn about app-wide speed improvements, smart "responsive" tags, more accessible, customizable search filters + more features released in Logikcull last month.
The shortest month of the year brought a long list of new features to Logikcull, including bulk redactions, pop-out viewers with dual monitor support, family search stats, and much more!
Logikcull Hold is free, with all the automated functions essential for issuing, reminding, tracking, and releasing holds. It's that no-cost peace of mind you've been craving.
In a single matter, one two-attorney firm brought in $60,000 in DIY discovery services-and recovered those hours directly from opposing, whose discovery errors ended in cost-shifting sanctions.
During this unsettling period, we just want to pass on a quick word of encouragement and some resources that might be helpful. You're going to get through this -- and we'll do our best to help.
After a relentless stream of law firm cyberattacks, legal professionals need to ask themselves, "where is my data?" If you don't know the answer for dead certain, it's time to cry for help.
What constitutes a reasonable standard of care for firms entrusted with client data? What price is to be paid when that standard isn't met? We discuss cybersecurity and ethics with Professor Eli Wald.
Bad news for some Big Law clients: those emails partners are charging $800 an hour to draft are also finding their way into the hands of foreign hackers.
Where almost every other professional and personal walk has been drastically transformed by technology in the past 20 years,good old eDiscovery just keeps doing its thing.
Adding an important pillar to its eDiscovery Software platform, Logikcull is excited to announce the release of its Google Vault integration, the result of collaboration with Google's product team.
The emergence of judicially-sanctioned ESI stipulations could play an important role in the creation of more formal guidance that will ultimately shape the course of discovery in the years to come.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court ruled in a copyright infringement case that e-discovery expenses can't be recovered by prevailing parties according to the federal statute that allows costs to be
San Francisco - Amid a sharp rise in law firm data breaches and growing concern among security experts that legal discovery is the
When Paul Manafort's lawyers submitted their latest pleading in federal court this morning, they left a significant amount of text redacted. Or rather, "redacted."
In an age of ever-growing data, government agencies can struggle to get it all out into the light in a timely fashion. For some