New entrant to ANZ ediscovery market

Legal technology provider NuLegal has signed a partnership agreement with Everlaw to sell the company’s ediscovery software in Australia and New Zealand.

The partnership agreement with NuLegal will enable Australian and New Zealand law firms and corporations to access this ediscovery software for the first time.

“Everlaw is the perfect software partner for NuLegal.  Its ediscovery platform is built on cutting-edge technology that will change the way people litigate.  Whilst the majority of vendors in Australia continue to offer the same review platform, NuLegal is once again ahead of the curve. Our clients will benefit from this partnership, with significant time and cost savings during litigation” said NuLegal’s Director, Mark de Bruyn.

Everlaw’s software offers features such as:

a drag-and-drop visual search interface

Unlimited analytics, such as predictive coding, email threading, and near-deduping

Automated foreign-language detection and translation

Tightly-integrated post-review tools to build case outlines and chronologies

Bank-grade security with end-to-end encryption and two-factor authentication

Cloud-driven scalability and flexibility, supporting all modern browsers and devices

Predictable and transparent pricing

“Fundamentally, Everlaw is about a new kind of user experience in litigation technology, one that extends far beyond the software to every aspect of how that software is sold, delivered, and supported,” said AJ Shankar, Everlaw’s founder and CEO. 

“We know that NuLegal shares this vision and that they are uniquely equipped to deliver on it as they layer their world-class services on top of our unparalleled technology.  That’s why we’re thrilled to be partnering with NuLegal to bring Everlaw to Australia and New Zealand.”

Everlaw says its ediscovery software is used by AmLaw 200 firms, over 65% of US State attorneys general, and 8 of the top 10 class action firms.

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