The perfect bridge between legal documents and PDFs
Having the right documentation is at the core of any legal process. For everything from case records and writs to patents and contracts, legal teams need the right document, at the right time, in the right format.
As digital as many processes have become, legal documentation still relies heavily on paper originals. So how can legal professionals strike an effective balance between paper and PDF?
Meet ABBYY FineReader PDF, a comprehensive PDF tool powered by OCR technology accurate enough to handle documents at every stage of the legal process. In the back office, during legal proceedings, or while communicating with clients, ABBYY FineReader PDF provides straightforward functionality for managing documentation and simplifying daily work.
A comprehensive set of tools for handling legal documentation
Edit all PDF Formats as Easily as a Word® document.
Convert Documents into Searchable, Accessible PDFs with Accurate OCR Technology.
Compare Documents and Track Changes from Multiple Formats.
Less paper, more legal work
Manage documents in the PDF format to efficiently and quickly access information at any time, from anywhere. Save valuable resources by digitally performing tasks such as redaction, discovery, bates numbering, or categorizing case files. The reliable PDF format also helps prevent documents from going missing and incurring unexpected fines.
eDiscovery & archiving
Digitize and convert paper documents into searchable PDFs to streamline legal proceedings. Long-term preservation formats (such as PDF/A) provide a reliable solution for compliance with institutional regulations and archiving case files for on-going disputes.
Preparing cases & eFiling
Deliver court exhibits in accordance with the legal requirements for bookmarks and bates numbering. For matters of litigation, ABBYY FineReader PDF protects sensitive information by clearing metadata, comments, bookmarks, and attachments.
Exchange feedback and information with clients directly within a PDF. Ensure attorney-client privilege by sanitizing comments and annotations before creating a new document. Password protection and digital signatures provide additional protection for sensitive material.
Collaborating and finalizing documents
Review, compare, share, and comment on versions of documents across multiple formats. The comparison feature makes sure no crucial changes to important documents slip through unnoticed, saving everyone time and unneeded frustration.
Complying with institutional requirements
Prepare documentation and exhibits in compliance with the eFiling regulations of courts and institutions: ensure all your PDFs are bookmarked and properly redacted, without metadata and within the permitted file size.
Recommended by Legal Tech Publishing Buyers Guide
“FineReader allows users to digitize paper documents and scan files with optical character recognition (OCR) technology and compare documents in different formats and multiple languages”
Working more productively with legal documents
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Conquer your PDF challenges with FineReader PDF
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Maximize your business efficiency with a mobile scanner
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Take a digital first approach to streamlining your law practice
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