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Say Hello to Legal Radius Enterprise. Better Trial Prep for the Am Law 200

Say Hello to Legal Radius Enterprise. Better Trial Prep for the Am Law 200

The newest release of Legal Radius is designed to meet the requirements of busy litigation teams at large law firms.  Key features include single sign-on, multifactor authentication and new video editing capabilities.

 

For the past decade, Legal Radius trial prep software has been used in thousands of cases by hundreds of law firms.  We've worked on the very small, the very large and all stops in-between.  Originally conceived and developed as a cloud-based application, Legal Radius has spent the last decade helping disparate litigation teams prepare for trial via a simple, yet powerful feature set tuned to the key processes in advance of a trial - but also unique ability to facilitate nuanced and seamless collaboration across multiple parties and time zones. The end result?  A legacy of delivering winning results for litigators and law firms. 

During that time, however, the software has been used primarily on a case-by-case basis by individual teams inside large law firms - meaning that specific litigation teams would fire up an instance of Legal Radius and use it when they needed it and turn it off when they didn't.  While this was a solid solution for many years as legal teams started working in hybrid or fully remote environments it has become much more challenging to "start-up" and "shutdown" without impacting the quality and speed of the trial prep process. 

In addition to these changes, law firms have also become much more strategic in how they buy and license legal technology.  Gone are the days when individual litigation teams would choose what they wanted to use - which could result in, at best, redundant technology expenses and, at worst, software which violated firm-wide security protocols.  Instead, most large law firms have "heads of legal technology" who manage the procurement, licensing and deployment of "firm wide" solutions.  The benefits to the firm of this central management and oversight are many - improved application security, better licensing, improved training and more accurate IT budgets.  It also means, ideally, that the entire firm can leverage and benefit from these organization-wide investments.  

It's with a nod to these two important trends that we are excited to announce the launch of Legal Radius Enterprise.

Legal Radius Enterprise is designed to give litigation teams the same great trial prep experience when they have come to rely on from One Discovery while also giving law firms predictable licensing, pricing, management and maintenance of a single trial prep application across the entire firm.  Say goodbye to those antiquated or increasingly complex trial prep options and the headaches of managing several incomplete solutions.

Key additions to this new version include:

  • Microsoft Azure Single-Sign-On for effortless and secure login.
  • Two-factor email authentication for improved account security.
  • Improved video editor for more precise playback and editing of depositions.
  • Expanded notes which improves the entry and review of an attorney’s notes and objection codes.  
  • Code optimizations which dramatically improve page load times.

If you'd like to see a personal demo of Legal Radius Enterprise - just let me know.  I'd love to show you firsthand how our software can provide you and your entire law firm with a distinct competitive advantage and why we say that Legal Radius teams are "Trial Prepared."

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