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LitSavant Conformity Engine - Features

The LitSavant Conformity Engine operates by allowing users to create Logics.  A Logic is equivalent to an event handler in that it evaluates a set of tests and then performs actions based on the result of those tests.  Each logic is associated with one or more layouts and contains one or more Conditions which the application evaluates.  Each Logic is also associated with one or more Result Processes - these are actions for the application to undertake and can be set to run when the Conditions evaluate as either true or false.

The key features of the application are

  • Configuration of event handler like functionality from within Relativity using standard Relativity interface
  • Securable using the standard Relativity security model
  • Instant activation and inactivation of individual Logics
  • Ability to modify individual Logics as and when required
  • Ability to define and reuse Conditions which are stored within a Conditions library
  • Conditions can reference any custom object as well as the document object
  • Result Processes can be configured with custom messages

Current functionality allows for three basic Result process types.  More are planned.  The current supported Result Process types are:

  • Send a message to the user onscreen
  • Send an email to a designated user
  • Write data to a field
Load File
A standardised file used for loading metadata and other information into a Litigation Support System. Such files generally contain metadata in a delimited format together with information used to load a copy document into the system.
Privilege claims
We note that the lawyers' notion that only document-by-document review will suffice is flatly wrong.
Hon. John M. Facciola and Jonathan M. Redgrave

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Privilege claims

We note that the lawyers' notion that only document-by-document review will suffice is flatly wrong. Studies have established that manual document-by-document review alone may be one of the poorest ways to find what one is looking for in a large data set.

Hon. John M. Facciola and Jonathan M. Redgrave
Asserting and Challenging Privilege Claims in Modern Litigation: The Facciola-Redgrave Framework citing George L. Paul & Jason R. Baron, Information Inflation: Can the Legal System Adapt?, 13 RICH. J.L. & TECH. 1, 24-25 (2007), available at http://law.richmond.edu/jolt/v13i3/article10.pdf

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