If you are among those attending the annual conference this week of the International Legal Technology Association, you could have a shot at winning $100 cash on the spot and other technology products — and also learn how Catalyst’s Insight Predict gives you the power to succeed with e-discovery search and review like no other predictive coding tool.
ILTA attendees who wear a Catalyst #GetThePower pin and are “discovered” by Catalyst spotters roaming the exhibit hall and other conference venues may win $100 cash on the spot. Attendees can double their chances of winning by tweeting “#GetThePower at #ILTA13″ during the conference.
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Catalyst Insight is “blazing fast for document review,” nationally known e-discovery consultant Brett Burney writes in a review published by Law Technology News (Product Review: Catalyst Insight). Burney recently tested Insight–Catalyst’s next-generation e-discovery platform–and described the experience as having seen the future of Big Data search.
I found Catalyst Insight to be blazing fast compared to numerous other review platforms. The Catalyst team promises more tweaks and updates very soon including a process for lawyers to help train the system for predictive coding. Continue reading
At the annual conference of the International Legal Technology Association in Washington, D.C., today, Catalyst formally launched Catalyst Insight, its next-generation e-discovery platform. I could tell you how cool Insight is, but why should you have to take my word for it when I can offer this great testimonial from William Hamilton, partner at Quarles & Brady and adjunct professor of e-discovery at the University of Florida Levin College of Law: Continue reading
The International Legal Technology Association holds its annual conference Aug. 26-30 in Washington, D.C. If you are attending, be sure to visit Catalyst in the exhibit hall at Booth 517. You’ll be able to test drive Insight, Catalyst’s next-generation e-discovery platform. Engineered from the ground up, Insight is an all new e-discovery platform — the first in the industry to harness the power of an XML engine. Insight delivers lightning-fast speed, astounding analytics and no-limits scalability. Continue reading
Recently, Scott Robbin of the Argyle Executive Forum interviewed Catalyst’s founder and CEO John Tredennick about how to make e-discovery more efficient and the advantages of using one vendor to provide a central repository to manage e-discovery documents. Below is their conversation. Continue reading
MarkLogic calls itself “the operational database for big data,” and “big data” was the theme of the executive keynote yesterday that kicked off the three-day MarkLogic World 2012 conference in Washington, D.C. And to help illustrate that theme and the power of MarkLogic to handle big data, the keynote presenters invited one company–you guessed it, Catalyst–to share the stage and highlight our revolutionary new e-discovery platform built using MarkLogic, Catalyst Insight.
MarkLogic’s COO Keith Carlson and SVP Products Gary Lang presented the keynote, where they featured customers that are using big data in big ways — customers as diverse as Warner Bros., which uses MarkLogic to manage its digital assets, and the San Francisco Giants, which uses it to manage and analyze thousands of play-by-play images Continue reading
With Denver the headquarters of Catalyst, everyone here is thrilled that the Association of Corporate Counsel is holding its annual meeting in Denver Oct. 23-26. Of course, Catalyst will be exhibiting at the meeting. If you are attending ACC, stop by Booth 318 and say hello to our staff.
A more important reason to stop by the booth is to get your chance to see firsthand the next generation e-discovery platform, Catalyst Insight. In development for more than two years, Insight is a revolutionary platform engineered for the demanding requirements of modern litigation. Continue reading
Corporate Counsel magazine recently issued a report that should cause multi-national corporations and their counsel to pay attention: Trend Watch: Foreign Bribery Actions Doubled Last Year.
Specifically, the magazine reported that enforcement actions under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) nearly doubled in 2010, rising to 76 (with complaints against 23 companies and 53 individuals). In 2009, the SEC and Justice Department brought 45 actions (against 12 corporations and 33 individuals). That number was a significant jump again from 2008 when the government brought 37 actions against companies and individuals.
The pace seems to be continuing as well. This month, Paul Hastings, one of the leading international firms advising on FCPA investigations, issued its first Quarterly FCPA Report for 2011 [PDF]. So far this year, it reports, enforcement continues apace, with actions brought against four companies and seven individuals, along with a blockbuster forfeiture and a number of guilty pleas and settlements. The forfeiture amounted to nearly $149 million and related to a high-profile arms contract case involving 22 indicted defendants. Continue reading
Catalyst made a major announcement at LegalTech New York this week — the preview release of Catalyst Insight, its new-from-the-ground-up automated discovery platform. Two years in development, Insight is a complete rewriting of Catalyst’s flagship e-discovery product using the newest and most powerful search technology on the market.
“The goal, quite simply, was to create an entirely new e-discovery platform, one that could scale to handle the largest matters in the world without the compromises usually required by traditional industrial-grade, full-text search engines,” John Tredennick, Catalyst’s founder and CEO, said in a press release. “Insight takes a revolutionary approach to search using one of the first XML data engines on the market.”
“This technology is unique,” added Larry Barela, Catalyst’s CTO and application development lead. “The fact that this is a true XML search and database engine solves a number of tough issues that have challenged search efforts since the beginning.” Continue reading