Add Case Documents
Location: Case >> Add Case Documents
The Add Case Documents page allows for the self-service upload of documents to the case. The maximum size of the upload batch is limited by the user's Internet connection upload speed which can sometimes be significantly slower than download speeds. One source to check upload speed is http://www.speedtest.net. As such, we recommend keeping each upload batch to ~10 GB. For large uploads, please contact Professional Services for alternative upload options.
Click + New Upload in the upper right corner.
Upload Dialogue Box
Upload Processing: Completion Notification
Uploaded files will start processing automatically. Click on the Processing hyperlink at the top right of the screen to receive automatic email notification when processing is complete.
The Uploads Table
Uploads appear in the Uploads Table. By default, the table is sorted by the Date field (i.e. the date the upload was initiated); however, the table can be sorted by any of the other fields by clicking on the field name. Users will find the following functions and fields in the upload table:
Blue Bar Functions
Delete Selected Uploads: Clicking will delete the selected batches including all documents contained therein. This option is greyed out until a batch has been selected.
DeNJST Selected Uploads: Select desired batches and click to perform DeNIST
+ New Upload: Click to create a new upload batch.
Checkboxes: Select one or more of these to identify batches for deletion. Clicking the Checkbox at the top will automatically select all batches.
Title: Displays the title of the upload batch. This field can be edited at any time.
Date: Date the upload was executed.
Utc Offset: Displays the Time Zone Offset applied to that upload.
Comments: Displays any comments entered for that particular batch. This field can be edited at any time.
User Name. Name of the user who uploaded the batch of files.
Custodian: Displays the Custodian assigned at the time of upload.
Source: Displays the Doc Source entered at the time of upload.
View Upload Reports: Clicking this icon takes users to the Case Assessment page where custom reports can be generated.
View Upload Validation: Clicking this icon opens the validation report for that batch. It provides basic details about the upload and identifies any placeholders.
Edit Upload: Click to edit the Title or Comments fields for that particular upload.
Viewing Documents in an Upload Batch
To view documents in a specific upload, go to the Add Case Documents page and click on the Title of the applicable batch. This action will take the user to the Browse page to view all the documents for that batch in expanded form.
Batches may also be viewed from the Browse or Search pages by applying a filter using the Upload Batch field. Upload batches are denoted by their Title within the Upload Batch field in Lexbe's filter.
Click the View Upload Reports and View Upload Validation icons to generate reports for QC based on different options such as Doc Count By Master Date, Doc Count By Extension, Doc Count Unsupported by Extension, and Doc Count Failed To Convert by Extension. See Case Assessment for more information on advanced visual reports.
Deleting Container Files
The user can safely delete the original RAR/ZIP files from a case after the data has been extracted. PSTs can also be deleted from the Lexbe eDiscovery Platform (LEP) after the upload has finished processing.
Miscellaneous Upload Information
Supported File Formats
Upload of ZIP or RAR Password Protected Files
Upload Productions with Load Files
Upload of Translated Documents
Upload of Redacted Documents
Upload of Emails
For questions or problems related to uploading documents, please contact Professional Services. For new jobs to be handled by Professional Services, fill out the Lexbe Data Ingestion Form attached to the bottom of this page and send to Professionalservices@lexbe.com (see Policy for Lexbe-Assisted Uploads).