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Articles on Discovery Software

Discovery is a signal-to-noise problem. In the course of a typical discovery process, legal professionals are tasked with separating the “signal,” the information that matters, from the “noise”—junk emails, meaningless conversations, unresponsive documents and the like—that does not. But in an era of ever-increasing data growth, the “noise” has become increasingly deafening.

The goal of discovery software is to help legal professionals cull out the noise so that the signal sounds loudest. The best software does this in a way that is intuitive, efficient, defensible—and financially sustainable.

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Our latest discovery software articles:

September 13, 2018


Why Smart Legal Teams Innovate Through Simplicity

August 15, 2018

Bowie Bot

ILTACON18: Is eDiscovery Making You Aladdin Sane?

June 14, 2018

Two Computers

The Importance of Knowing Your Platform—And Your Opponent's

June 7, 2018


What's in the New York Times’ Investigative Arsenal? Logikcull.

May 31, 2018

Stressed Associate 1

eDiscovery Shouldn’t Cause a Mental Breakdown

April 23, 2018

Slack Chat Abstract

If Your Discovery Process Ignores Slack, You’re Missing Half the Conversation

March 28, 2018

Colored spools of yarn

eDiscovery Best Practices: Never Read the Same Email Twice with Thread Detection

March 21, 2018

Mountain Hike

What’s the Number One eDiscovery Software? Logikcull Tops G2Crowd’s List