BERKELEY, Calif., April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In a move that reflects its continued expansion across the ediscovery and litigation workflow, EasyESI, the trailblazing legal technology startup, has changed its name to Everlaw. Everlaw is celebrating this change with the release of exciting enhancements to its StoryBuilder™ post-review suite. These tools greatly ease the process of turning relevant evidence into a compelling case, and demonstrate Everlaw's continued commitment to simplifying every aspect of litigation.
"The name change reflects our increased ability to streamline processes across the entire litigation workflow," said Everlaw founder and CEO AJ Shankar. "The problems that persist in ediscovery and beyond will be solved with deep, integrated solutions that blend legal domain expertise, cutting-edge technology, and world-class design. We have a solid head start in that endeavor."
As evidence, Shankar points to Everlaw's StoryBuilder™, which already lets attorneys move directly from document review to crafting a winning narrative for their case or preparing for key depositions. Today's release brings real-time collaboration to that crucial process, allowing litigation teams to work together simultaneously as they turn their best evidence into their best arguments.
The company has grown over 140 percent every year since its founding in 2010. In an ediscovery market crowded with one-size-fits-all solutions, Everlaw has distinguished itself with a focus on the unique needs of attorneys receiving large document productions and today is used by 11 of the top 20 plaintiffs class action firms as well as 45% of state attorneys general.
Everlaw is building the world's most advanced litigation platform, beginning with ediscovery, by making the most cutting-edge technology accessible with elegant and intuitive design. With top talent drawn from Google, IBM, Facebook, and LexisNexis, Everlaw's ediscovery platform is engineered from the ground up to optimize both efficiency and efficacy. Everlaw's clients include 11 of the top 20 plaintiffs class action firms and 45% of state attorneys general. More information is available at 1 (844) EVERLAW or at Everlaw.com.
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