Everlaw Wrapped 2020: A Year in Review

Presented by

Greg Marliave, VP of Product at Everlaw; Christina Ling, Product Marketing Manager at Everlaw

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At Everlaw, we strive to continuously innovate and arm customers with tools that facilitate efficient processes and better collaboration. In 2020, we shipped over 200 features alone. That's why we wanted to share some highlights to ensure you get the most out of Everlaw – and innovate faster in 2021. Are you wondering what’s new with Everlaw? In this 2020 lookback, Everlaw product experts give you a comprehensive look at all the top product features launched in 2020. Ensure that you get the most out of Everlaw and join us on January 13 at 10am PT to learn about: - Storybuilder Depositions - Conversational search enhancements - Quick review - Clustering - And, more! Greg Marliave is the VP of Product at Everlaw. He also formerly served as the VP of Accounts and Director of Customer Success at Everlaw. Prior to Everlaw, Greg worked at Facebook and Black Bag Advertising. Christina Ling is a Product Marketing Manager at Everlaw. Prior to Everlaw, she worked on global product marketing projects for discovery and security solutions at OpenText. Additionally, Christina has consulted on litigation and investigation matters for Fortune 500 clients at Deloitte. She serves as a board member for the San Francisco chapter of ACEDS.

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Everlaw is a collaborative, cloud-based litigation platform for corporate counsels, litigators, and government attorneys that enables teams to discover, reveal, and act on information to better drive internal investigations and positively impact the outcome of litigation. Unlike slow, unwieldy, client-server software and expensive third-party service providers, only Everlaw combines speed, security, and ease-of-use into a unified, comprehensive solution that unlocks the collaborative power of teams and enables them to investigate issues more thoroughly, uncover truth more quickly, and present their findings more clearly.