AccessData, a pioneer of digital investigations and litigation support solutions, today announces the company will be attending the International Legal Technology Association’s (ILTA) Annual Conference at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas Aug. 18-22. AccessData will be located in booth #400/404, where it will showcase Summation 5.0.
Summation 5.0 and other AccessData new product releases, such as AD eDiscovery 5.0, will also be available for demonstrations in the company’s demo lounge, located in the Messina Conference Room, Promenade level, on both Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The company will have a Summation/eDiscovery Trainer on-site from 9-10 a.m. each day.
In addition, AccessData’s vice president of mobile forensics, Lee Reiber, will be presenting an ILTA Spotlight Session, titled “Mobile e-Discovery 101: Collecting and Analyzing Data from Mobile Devices,” on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. in Octavius 1. During this presentation Reiber will conduct a live data analysis where attendees will learn how to collect, review and analyze data found on a mobile device.
“We look forward to ILTA as one of the year’s best legal technology events,” stated Devin Krugly, vice president of marketing and business development for AccessData. “This year we’re especially excited to showcase Summation 5.0 and its cutting-edge new features such as integrated predictive coding, visual analytics and trailblazing interoperability with FTK. Moreover, we’re thrilled to be presenting on the breaking topic of mobile device e-discovery in an ILTA conference track. AccessData feels strongly that mobile is the next important issue in e-discovery, and we’re happy to be the first to educate the legal community about it.”
Summation 5.0 is a web-based document, electronic data and transcript review platform that accommodates the workflows of contemporary legal teams. With the addition of AccessData’s own predictive coding technology and visual analytics, Summation 5.0 offers more powerful and innovative solutions to the problem of reviewing ever-growing data sets quickly and cost efficiently. In addition, Summation 5.0 shares a database backend with AccessData’s well-known forensic review tool, FTK, giving legal users an unprecedented ability to enhance processing and early case analysis and then review and produce it from a legal review platform.
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