CT Summation's CaseVault Precision makes case assessment and review more efficient and insightful by providing unprecedented document prioritization capabilities, saving valuable time in the eDiscovery process while creating significant cost cutting oppor
CT Summation, part of CT, a Wolters Kluwer business, and the premier provider of litigation workflow and eDiscovery solutions, today announced the general availability of CaseVault Precision, an intelligent case assessment and review service that provides rapid insight into the most important facts during investigation and document review while creating savings of 25-50 percent of standard industry review expenditures.
As document volumes continue to grow, corporations and law firms face the ongoing challenge of effectively managing data collections and review associated with litigation. CaseVault Precision combines attorney expertise, sampling and smart technology to emulate reviewer judgments across ESI and scanned document collections to prioritize and accelerate the review process much more accurately than traditional approaches to review and at a substantial reduction in attorney review costs. Upon completion of the sampling and prioritization process, the prioritized results are available for further analysis and review. These key processes may be further accelerated using features such as Near De-Duplication and Email Threading, among other functionalities now available to users.
This process enabled by CaseVault Precision is ideal for application in traditional litigation document review as well as in identifying critical information related to formal or informal investigations. The solution allows for a review process that is far superior to keyword-based review, the current standard, by providing a review solution that combines attorney expertise, technology and sampling. (Victor Stanley, Inc. v. Creative Pipe, Inc.)¹ and industry studies from the Sedona Conference².
“CT Summation is committed to developing and implementing tools that not only enhance processes currently in place for legal professionals but also create innovative new methods to meet constantly evolving market needs,” said Tom Rump, general manager, CT Summation. “CaseVault Precision makes case assessment and review infinitely more efficient and insightful by providing unprecedented document prioritization capabilities, saving valuable time in the eDiscovery process while creating significant cost cutting opportunities.”
CaseVault Precision, a recipient of two Law Technology News Gold Awards in 2009 for excellence in EDD services processing and review, is an integrated solution that includes hosted litigation review, project management and eDiscovery services. The results produced by this review process are also available for cross-functional use through CT Summation's other leading solutions, including CaseVantage, iBlaze and Enterprise.
About CT Summation
CT Summation is the premier provider of litigation support and eDiscovery solutions that help legal professionals succeed from discovery to case review and analysis through production. From desktop and server applications to hosted solutions, CT Summation combines a set of award-winning technology solutions (iBlaze, WebBlaze, Enterprise, CaseVault, Discovery Cracker and CaseVantage) with market-leading expertise that provide the decisive advantage for law firms and legal departments, large or small. For more information, please visit www.ctsummation.com.
CT, a Wolters Kluwer business, provides the tools to help legal and financial professionals manage risk on many levels. From managing corporate compliance to legal department performance, trademark protection to matter management and electronic data discovery to preparing cases for litigation, CT has the right solution to meet a host of needs. CT is based in New York City. For more information, please visit www.ctlegalsolutions.com.
¹Victor Stanley, Inc. v. Creative Pipe, Inc., 250 F.R.D. 251 (D. Md. 2008)
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²The Sedona Conference Best Practices Commentary on the Use of Search & Information Retrieval Methods in E-Discovery, 8 Sedona Conf. J. 189, 194-95, 201-02