Logikcull Primary Use Case

Victoria Stevens
Senior Paralegal at Wilenchik & Bartness Law Office

Depending upon the data and depending upon how difficult it is to process, sometimes I'll put a rather small case in, and other times I'll put in a case with tens of thousands of documents.

Within our organization, I'm the one who inputs and produces — there's another paralegal who does it when he's forced to. Then there've been a few attorneys, like three or four in the office. Like I said, expert witnesses, we'll give them access to it — limited access. Then the client, so that's the world.

This solution doesn't require maintenance because it's all cloud-based. You literally log in and log out. So they're constantly updating it. 

We're not a super big firm, we're a 15 attorney's firm. But you'd be surprised at how many firms of our size don't use any discovery programs. It makes it very difficult to work with other law firms' production, as they're done really basically. We'll definitely keep using Logikcull. 

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E-Discovery Senior Analyst at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

Logikcull is a new age technology tool for projects involving litigation support, which will be eDiscovery related projects where the main functionalities of the tool being uploading data, searching, processing, and then downloading it to a reviewer friendly format, which can be used for producing at a court of law or for out of court settlements.

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