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Casepoint to Help SEC Implement Cloud-Based eDiscovery System

Jeff Brody

The Securities and Exchange Commission has selected Casepoint to provide a cloud-based technology platform designed to identify, collect and process legal data electronically.

The company said Tuesday it will produce a government-tailored eDiscovery system in an effort to expand SEC's access to analytical tools and help the agency simplify workflows.

Electronic discovery refers to the data-driven investigation and evidence searches for legal cases.

SEC chose Casepoint based on evaluation criteria such as past performance, management, cybersecurity and software features.

"Our software is the culmination of over 11 years of thoughtful design and rigorous software development that has also been informed by the needs of our current and past customers," said Vishal Rajpara, chief technology officer of CasePoint.

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