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Why OCR Matters for Records Retrieval
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At Gulfstream, one of our differentiators when it comes to records retrieval is that we OCR your data at no extra cost. Why should this matter to you? Optical Character Recognition (OCR) offers many benefits to legal professionals, including: Text Extraction: OCR converts printed or handwritten text into editable and searchable files. It can quickly…

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Active Learning: Options Depending on the Needs of the Case
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In last week’s blog, we introduced Relativity Active Learning Review and what users can expect throughout the five phases of an eDiscovery project where it has been employed. This week, we cover how active learning offers various options that can be customized to suit the specific needs of a case team. Some of these options…

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Unleashing the Power of Relativity Active Learning Review
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Relativity Active Learning Review is a cutting-edge approach to document review that leverages machine learning algorithms to streamline and optimize the review process. With its ability to significantly reduce costs, improve efficiency and increase accuracy, Relativity Active Learning Review has emerged as an eDiscovery game-changer. Document review is a critical and time-consuming process. Traditional methods…

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Ari Mandel Works Towards Relativity Certified Trainer Certification
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As a professional in the ever-evolving world of eDiscovery, staying ahead of the game and constantly improving my skills is essential. That’s why I set my sights on becoming a Relativity Certified Trainer (RCT), a prestigious certification that would not only benefit me personally but also Gulfstream Legal and our clients. Why is becoming a…

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National and State Data Privacy Laws and Their Impact on eDiscovery
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Currently in the United States, only states have data privacy laws that may impact eDiscovery. To date, the United States has not supported a national privacy law. So where are we at with national and state data privacy laws and how do they impact eDiscovery? Where are we at with a national privacy law? Is…

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The important role of innovation and custom tools in eDiscovery
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An oft-overlooked topic in eDiscovery is internal innovation and development. eDiscovery experts must integrate innovation into their culture and create company-developed unique tools to remain competitive and relevant in the sector. Today we want to talk about the importance of innovation for eDiscovery, the role custom-made tools play in this process, and why it should…

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California’s Data Privacy Acts and Their Impact on Law Firms and Businesses
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The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) was signed into law in June 2018 and became effective January 1st, 2020. This was one of the first state data privacy regulation acts in the United States that became enforceable and was often compared to the GDPR, especially when it first came out. The California Privacy Rights Act…

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Gulfstream Runs an Annual Competition Where Both Employees and Clients Win
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For the past several years, Gulfstream Legal has run an annual competition among our technical experts for two key metrics that are critical to our level of customer service. The competition builds camaraderie among our employees, and the results directly impact our clients, no matter who wins. The first key metric we measure and award…

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Gulfstream Legal Group Reports Record Growth in 2022
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Today, we are pleased to announce record growth in sales for 2022, increased new clients and staff additions and promotions to support company growth. We experienced a 14% increase in Records Retrieval/Court Reporting service line revenue in 2022 and a 21% increase in eDiscovery service line revenue for the same year. We can attribute this…

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Law Firms are Outsourcing Technology – Including eDiscovery – Once Again
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Over the past 10 years, many law firms developed and grew an eDiscovery service group within their litigation practice with the intent to provide a more full-service offering to their corporate clients. The perception was that the firm would have better supervision over the work-product, lower risk, and a greater share of the profit that…

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