LexisNexis has sold its eDiscovery product suite including the LAW PreDiscovery, Early Discovery Analyzer and Concordance products. “That final one is particularly notable—23.5 percent of respondents to the 2017 LTN Law Firm Tech Survey indicated using the tool for e-discovery” notes Legaltech news. In an FAQ on CloudNine’s website, the company added that it plans to allow access to all of the tools in its portfolio to pre-existing users of the LexisNexis and the CloudNine software. — Joe
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