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Lexbe

 
Lexbe is based in Austin, TX and provides eDiscovery software and services for legal professionals at law firms, corporations, and government agencies.

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Company Name:
Lexbe
Company Website:
http://www.lexbe.com/
Company LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/company/lexbe
Company Twitter:
https://twitter.com/lexbediscovery
Company overview:

Lexbe eDiscovery processing services are the fastest in the industry and leverages the latest cloud technologies to meet the demands of even the largest eDiscovery cases.

Lexbe assists law firms and organizations involved in litigation and legal investigations with the challenges of quickly and accurately culling large ESI data sets, and preparing email, MS Office and other native files and other electronic stored information (ESI) for legal review and delivery for discovery production requests, and related electronic discovery consulting. We distinguish ourselves with proprietary scalable eDiscovery back-end processing power — this allows us to handle even the largest jobs quickly and cost-effectively.

Solution(s):
HQ Location:
United States
Year Founded:
2007
Private / Public:
private
Ideal prospect law department size:
1-25
Number of employees:
1-50
Key Geographical Presence:
North America
Languages:
English
Solution(s):
  1. Lexbe eDiscovery Platform (Specialty: Processing/Review/Analysis)

    Lexbe provides a cloud-based application and platform for eDiscovery and litigation and legal document processing, production, review & case management. Our platform also enables legal professionals to manage their own work-flows and time priorities. The application is self-administering, so authorized users can do their own case management, setting up cases, uploading documents and metadata, adding and removing users, and preparing productions. With Lexbe, firms can handle cases large or small without the need to maintain internal costly software, servers and trained IT or litigation support staff to support an electronic discovery, litigation database or litigation support application.