Tag: Legal Technology

Q3 Headliners

A few big things happened this quarter that we feel deserve another mention: privilege analytics, social media collection, and a new RegEx tool for Relativity. Here’s a quick overview of each and why you’ll want to know about them....

Taking Brainspace to the Next Level

At the core of the Oasis Suite of Technology sits Brainspace, the market leader in advanced data analytics. The application provides relationship identification breakdown, conceptual searching, related document clustering, and robust data...

Legal Service Providers During Quarantine: Who’s Exposed?

This is a challenging time for legal service providers. Not only do we need to comply with new workplace standards brought on by COVID-19, but we’re also in the wake of the most significant security breach in our industry’s history....

Artificial Intelligence in Legal

Due to the legal industry's unique constraints, the use of artificial intelligence and how it can best serve customers is a topic of great debate. New technology such as AI can work against us if we haven't defined how we can use it or how it will evolve. ...

Meet X1 Social Discovery

X1 Social Discovery provides a case-centric workflow that includes searching, collection, analysis, export, and production functionality. Data is presented in a searchable format, along with forensically sound metadata–a welcome addition of information that is simply not possible through image capturing....

H5 Matter Analytics® Has Arrived

Oasis has added H5 Matter Analytics® featuring email threading, PII identification, and enhanced metadata. “Oasis delivers the best and most cutting-edge technologies as a part of their platform, ensuring their customers have the right solutions to help differentiate ...

There Will Never Be Another Relativity

Oasis CEO Brandon Law shares how Relativity captured the eDiscovery market, why competitors have failed, and why it is nearly impossible for Relativity's success to be replicated by another company. To understand why Relativity won't be dethroned in eDiscovery, it must first be understood why Relativity is so dominant....