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Ediscovery news: Hobs Legal Docs announces availability of latest Symantec Clearwell

Hobs Legal Docs Limited, one of the UK’s leading companies supplying litigation and document management solutions to law firms, has added the latest version of Symantec’s Clearwell eDiscovery Platform to its product offering. With Symantec’s Clearwell eDiscovery Platform version 7.1.1, Hobs Legal Docs provides its customers in the UK enhanced opportunity to gain greater control of eDiscovery by streamlining the process and significantly reducing the time, resources and costs related to electronic discovery.  The latest in its armoury of best in breed e-Discovery software, Hobs Legal Docs, which is part of the Symantec Strategic Service Licensing Program, will offer the cutting edge solution as part of its bespoke and dedicated services to the legal industry.

Chris Hurst, Senior Sales Director at Symantec comments, “eDiscovery can be a complex and costly process for an organisation, particularly with today’s astronomical growth in data.  Alongside this, organisations are increasingly under pressure to comply with industry regulations, whether for litigation, corporate investigation or regulatory compliance. Symantec’s Clearwell eDiscovery Platform simplifies the complexity often associated with eDiscovery procedures and enables organisations to benefit from a significant return on investment.”

“Clearwell v7.1.1 is particularly well suited to the competition and regulatory sector, because it provides the capability to ingest and process all client data immediately and begin analysis without moving data between multiple stand-alone tools. As a result, legal professionals gain earlier access to the case, providing visibility to understand case facts and make informed decisions faster. ” Comments Patrick J. Rowan, the competition and regulatory practice lead, and sales director of Hobs Legal. “We are very pleased with the latest version of Symantec’s Clearwell software, which we will be showcasing to law firms throughout September.”