Press Release: Planet Data Wins 2016 Innovation Award for its Exego® Platform, E-Discovery Document Review


Planet Data Wins 2016 Innovation Award for its Exego® Platform, E-Discovery Document Review

Legaltech News and The Recorder recognizes purveyors in legal techonolgy and law practice

Elmsford, NY – May 5, 2016 – Planet Data, a global innovator in the creation and development of eDiscovery technologies, services and solutions, proudly announces its proprietary Exego® Review platform received a 2016 Innovation award from Legaltech News and The Recorder as best E-Discovery Document Review Platform.

Michael R. Wade, the firm’s Chief Technology Officer and creator of Exego states “we could not be more proud. Our development staff works endlessly to insure Exego is at the top of the list, and this recognition further validates their commitment to excellence. We share this award with our clients, as their invaluable feedback was the basis for platform in the first place.”

Exego Review uses the unique speed and precision of Planet Data’s exclusive Exego technology, giving our clients an end-to-end discovery solution – a complete suite of tools from ESI processing to early case assessment and preview to document review and productions.

Planet Data will be in attendance at an ALM recognition event, on June 13 in San Francisco.

About Planet Data: Planet Data offers best-in-class eDiscovery technology and services from Collection, Processing and Early Case Assessment to Pre-review, Document Review and Productions. Recognized for its proprietary and award-winning platform Exego, Planet Data is SSAE 16 Type II and US Safe Harbor certified, and operates state-of-the-art data processing and hosting centers across the U.S. Planet Data delivers flexible, high-quality, cost-effective eDiscovery services, high-level consulting, technical support and project management. Visit Planet Data’s website for more information.

APALA AFL-CIO Community & Labor Reception

Monday, May 16
5:30-7:30 PM

Unite Here Local 6
New York Hotel Trades Council
305 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036

Confirmed Speakers include:

  • Fahd Ahmed, Executive Director, DRUM – South Asian Organizing Center
  • Cathy Dang, Executive Director, CAAAV: Organizing Asian Communities
  • Michael Mulgrew, President, United Federation of Teachers (Invited)


Bryan Cave/NLF Community Service Scholarship for Summer Law Interns

Diversity is a core value of Bryan Cave LLP and an engrained part of our culture. Bryan Cave LLP has partnered with NLF to offer the Bryan Cave / NLF Community Service Scholarship, which will provide a $2,500 scholarship award for one law student who is a summer law intern that works on issues on behalf of, or that benefits, the Asian Pacific American community.

To be eligible, an applicant must be enrolled as a full time or part time student in an Association of American Law School (AALS)-accredited law school and must have secured a summer law internship. The internship must be: (a) with a public service, civic, or non-profit organization or a corporation that is not a law firm; (b) arranged by the student; and © last for at least eight weeks.

Applications are due on May 31, 2016 and can be found here.