QPrivAlert enables early identification of potentially privileged communications. Case teams now get instant insight to potentially privileged communications as soon as documents are published to the workspace. QPrivAlert offers peace of mind with an additional layer of protection against inadvertently producing privileged documents.
Privileged documents pose unique challenges to case teams. They can’t be missed or inadvertently produced, but take significant time to find and review. Key term searches often result in over- or under-inclusive results. Historically, there has been limited visibility and sorting capabilities for potentially privileged communications.
Solution: QPrivAlert from QDiscovery
Integrated into the QDiscovery workflow using Relativity Processing, QPrivAlert saves case teams time and improves the review process. Case teams get earlier, more relevant insight into potentially privileged communications. Dashboards offer new views that help identify correspondents and patterns in communications, including the number of correspondents and day of the week communications took place. Using QPrivAlert with Relativity Analytics, case teams can brainstorm privilege search terms.
- Early discovery of who is involved in potentially privileged communications – as soon as documents are published to the workspace
- Improved workflows using QPrivAlert with Relativity Analytics to brainstorm privilege search terms
- Prioritization of privilege screen reviews based on known correspondence criteria and validated data points
- Reduced false positives in prioritized privilege review by eliminating boilerplate terms from batch searches
- Easy targeting based on correspondent’s domain, email address and/or name
- Lower risk of inadvertent privilege production though pop-ups that warn reviewers of potentially privileged content
- Customizable reporting of potentially privileged document metrics via easy dashboard exports
- Peace of mind with an additional layer of protection against inadvertently producing privileged documents
We believe analytics should be used on every case. We have designed QPrivAlert to work with Relativity Analytics to help case teams brainstorm privilege search terms.