To read more about uploading documents on Everlaw, please refer to the articles in our Uploads section.
Everlaw does not charge anything for uploading standard data. Standard data includes documents produced into images, text, and natives with a standard load file (.dat for example), documents produced in PDF with embedded text and named after their begin bates number, or documents in native format.
You will incur a charge at an hourly rate of $140 for any work necessary to upload non-standard data. Non-standard data includes:
- Documents produced to PDF and Bates-stamped, but that are not named after their begin Bates values. In order to have the system recognize the numbering of these files, we will need to rename them to match their begin Bates number, with no additional text.
- Loadfiles with errors in them. Some of the most common errors in loadfiles are improper formatting of column separator characters, overlapping bates ranges, or differences in the number of columns by row. If we are able to fix these problems, you would incur a technical cost for the work done.
- PDF productions without unitization. If you receive a production of multiple documents as a single pdf without any document divisions, we will need to either unitize before upload or you will need to make use of the on-platform unitization tool to logically break up the document after upload. Using the on-platform unitization tool does not involve any additional fees.
We will always notify you of any non-standard data and associated costs prior to performing the work.