PRODUCT REVIEW: eDiscovery Point

Vol. 34 No. 2

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Jeffrey Allen (jallenlawtekblog.com) is the principal in the law firm of Graves & Allen in Oakland, California. A frequent speaker on technology topics, he is Editor-in-Chief of GPSolo magazine and GPSolo eReport and a member of the Board of Editors of Experience magazine.

Thomson Reuters’ (TR) eDiscovery Point (EDP) provides a cloud-based e-discovery solution for attorneys. TR designed EDP to help solo and small firm attorneys deal with the demands of e-discovery in a way that puts the user in control of time and costs, a refreshing change for the e-discovery process and its supporting technology. Thomson Reuters released EDP last year, and it received accolades such as the 2016 New Product of the Year from Legaltech News in its annual innovation awards. TR has advised that in the product’s first year approximately 75 percent of its customers came from the ranks of solo and small firm attorneys (TR used 29 or fewer attorneys as the cutoff for small firms in this calculation).

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