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March 15, 2012

LexisNexis Updates Law PreDiscovery, Early Data Analyzer

Lexis_nexis_dayton400LexisNexis announced updates to Law PreDiscovery 6.1 and Early Data Analyzer 1.1, its e-discovery processing and early case assessment software, reports Evan Koblentz.

Among PreDiscovery's new features are de-duplication from multiple cases simultaneously and the ability to "import/export load files based on the EDRM-XML 2.0 specification." Early Data Analyzer adds the use of optical character recognition to convert document images into editable, searchable text and metadata searches that use multiple data ranges, Koblentz writes.

Next up for Lexis is a hybrid "to essentially take a lot of the batch-processed features from Law, put those into Early Data Analyzer, and then web-enable it," according to Joshua Rosenberg, the company's senior director of strategy for litigation tools in Austin.

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