prediscovery


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prediscovery

(ˌpriːdɪˈskʌvərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a previous discovery
adj
of or pertaining to a period preceding a given discovery
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Early Data Analyzer, a tool that eliminates up to 80 percent of non-relevant data so litigators can quickly identify if a case is worth pursuing; LAW PreDiscovery, an "eDiscovery engine" that can scan, import and produce all of the potential evidentiary documents needed during eDiscovery; CaseMap, a suite of tools that help litigation teams manage, analyze and share the facts involved in a case; and Sanction, high-impact litigation presentation software for hearings and trials.
Pablo's litigation experience includes serving as lead counsel and ranges from prediscovery diligence to preliminary injunction proceedings, trial, and appeals involving patents, false advertising, trademark, trade secret misappropriation, and breach of contract.
to, and do not, implicate a claim's prediscovery merit.
The process of new molecular entity (NME) development via FITS methods begins with a prediscovery phase involving screening potential target compounds.
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08 was found to be diffuse on Dec 17 (with prediscovery LINEAR data back to Sep 10).
He earned his Master of Science degree in Technology Management from Pepperdine University and is a relativity certified administrator, LAW prediscovery certified administrator, OpenText certified DOCS administrator and a Microsoft certified systems engineer.
Physicist Paul Dirac's prediscovery of antimatter offers perhaps the best example.
It is now available as a standalone product or as a fully integrated module within LexisNexis(r) LAW PreDiscovery, a software application from LexisNexis that gives litigation teams greater control over the massive amounts of discovery related to a case by integrating paper imaging and electronic discovery into one unified process.