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  • January 9, 2014
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Unified e-discovery platform for all browsers, devices

@LegalDiscovery has launched the latest version of CasePoint, its e-discovery software. The new version of CasePoint was developed using HTML5, which makes all the features of the platform operable on all Web browsers and nearly every mobile device. In addition, the company released a native iPad app that allows CasePoint documents to be available both online and offline through a touch interface.

CasePoint developers say that because they used HTML5 to create the new version, the application is highly secure, has a consistent look and feel across all devices, is independent of software plug-ins and offers complete native document review. CasePoint will operate on browsers such as Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Opera and Safari, and on devices like Macs, PCs, Android phones/tablets and devices running iOS. The platform supports more than 400 different file types.

With the dedicated iPad app, attorneys will have offline access to documents relevant to a current matter. For instance, when attorneys attend a deposition, they can bring pertinent documents on their iPads and be able to access them, whether they have Internet access or not. The app is available for free in Apple’s App Store.

CasePoint is a unified e-discovery platform that spans the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). The private and secure cloud-based, software-as-a-service delivery model allows legal professionals to manage large amounts of data from ingestion through production. It includes features for early case assessment, TIFF conversion, filtering, OCR, technology-assisted review, productions, reporting, etc.

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