WHAT’S AT RISK?
Data is a delicate and valuable resource that can make or break a court’s decision. Proper handling and analyzing of that data must be ensured, so there is no risk of data alteration in the process.
Once data begins to be analyzed, improper access can alter the metadata and timestamps of your files, rendering them useless in a court of law. Is your staff trained in the most current data analyzation techniques?
Your firm handles highly sensitive data for its cases. Storing and protecting that data can become an incredibly expensive endeavor. Storing data for multiple clients creates data security concerns and can cause you to incur security and liability costs during a breach.
You could have thousands of documents to sift through for a case. Not only does this take precious time and energy away from the case, but can slow your firm down tremendously.
Do you have the time to properly sort through hundreds and thousands of documents? Streamlining your data analyzation, even on smaller cases, can make your practice more effective.
With so many files to analyze, you have to dedicate a large amount of internal resources to meet this demand. Staff has to be dedicated to sift through files, IT costs increase due to file storage, and firms slow to a crawl because they can’t take on as many cases as before.
Your staff may not be equipped to properly analyze large amounts of documents. Are they properly indexing and searching every available file? Could they be working on more important aspects of a case instead of analyzing so many documents manually?
Your case is put together perfectly, and you have a strong chance for a positive decision. That is until your most valuable evidence is thrown out. What went wrong?
As soon as data is improperly analyzed, metadata is altered and compromised. Once the data integrity is compromised, it is no longer admissible in a court of law.
Relying on your staff to be properly trained on the latest data analyzation techniques is a heavy burden, especially in a court room. Does your staff have the tools, training, and experience to conduct data analyzation processes that are defensible in a court of law?
WHAT WE CAN DO
Our data processing services ensure all documents are processed accurately and efficiently.
We use state-of-the-art software to extract metadata, index and search all text, and identify true and near-duplicate data – all while preserving data integrity. You can be confident in our processes from beginning to end.
Our software tools will separate the different file types and extract embedded files to ensure all documents are processed.
We can provide document analytics to deliver the most relevant information to your case, saving you and your firm time and money.
We use proven filtering techniques to cull massive amounts of documents and only deliver the most relevant data to you. This enables efficient case work and allows you to sift through unusable documents.
We employ techniques that help group documents that are related or that have similar content. Clustering improves the speed and efficiency in reviewing documents and ultimately helps you control costs.
Hosted Document Review
We utilize the most robust online document databases for searching and reviewing documents. Some of the databases we utilize include Relativity, iConect Xera, and CloudNine.
Managed Review Services
Our services are designed to give you peace of mind in regards to your data and case evidence. We ensure our processes are defensible and scalable to meet your demands.
Our certified document review attorneys will manage the analyzation process from beginning to end, ensuring an efficient and defensible process for your firm. We are trained and certified to use the latest techniques that guarantee the proper handling of data and evidence.
Our secure data centers grant 24/7 access to licensed examiners with all centers using redundant connectivity and necessary security. These centers provide scalable operations regardless of case size or timelines.
*Data hosted on cases range from 10GB to 1TB