We cull the noise of the only legal tech conference about culling the noise. Get the best actionable tips from the legal leaders from Meta, Twilio, Square, Compass, and more who joined us at InHouse 21 in just a few minutes.
What do our 2021 Culler Awards nominees do to deserve so much recognition? They save millions of dollars by in-housing eDiscovery. They build world-class litigation management processes. They dig deep into the evidentiary archives to free the wrongfully convicted. And they save the Planet.
We can’t wait to see you at InHouse! And to help you get the most out of the two days, here are some quick tips.
With inclusive email, you can reduce your document review by 25% on average. Learn the main benefits of this feature and start leveraging it in your next project.
An interview with Emily Ward, senior associate at Smith, Gambrell & Russel, about the main lessons attorneys, high executives, and employees can learn from the trial of Elizabeth Holmes.
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.
To expand your in-house legal team or to keep it small and nimble? Learn how the role of in-house teams is switching from cost-center to change-maker.
The story of Theranos is so wild it even makes eDiscovery interesting. See how a late night doc review turned up the smoking-gun email that will be central to the prosecution of Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
Logikcull is excited to announce that we’re opening up submissions for our 2021 Culler Awards, to celebrate legal professionals who go above and beyond in discovery.
Without the right tools and workflows, the explosion of audiovisual data from apps like Zoom threatens to jeopardize already impossible eDiscovery budgets and timelines. Learn how to meet the challenges presented by A/V data and best practices in handling Zoom eDiscovery in a sustainable and scalable way.
Silicon Valley's trial of the century begins with a discovery dispute—as data from a major Theranos database goes missing and Elizabeth Holmes seeks to suppress all evidence of patient complaints.
A pending New York law would grant state residents the right to access, delete, and correct data that companies collect on them. And unlike the CCPA before it, this one has bite.
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.
Logikcull is excited to announce its annual users conference, InHouse 21, two days dedicated to culling the noise and finding what matters.