When companies are involved in a litigation case, communication, knowledge and time are critical to success. We specialize on being the bridge between the Information Technology and Legal Departments. Applying strong project management practices, we work with your team members to identify, collect, preserve and broker requested data to all client partners and vendors.
Other Capabilities include:
- Forensic and non-forensic data acquisition
- Data analysis for both early case assessment and on-going discovery requests
- Data transformation
- Litigation readiness / preparedness assessments
- Client custom service / process development
All projects have deadlines to meet, budgets to manage and risks to mitigate while delivering the right data along the way. This can be accomplished through our project management discipline and knowledge as we work with clients to manage any changes that occur while focusing on their eDiscovery and Information Technology projects.
Clients that have deployed IBM Lotus Notes / Domino with developed workflow applications that are core to their business, need ongoing support as their business changes. We offer certified staff that can assist with administration and application development to maintain and enhance any existing applications from Release 4.X to Release 9.0.X.
Global 500 Company
(Name withheld by request)
eDiscovery Case Manager / Litigation Support, Toronto Law Firm
Director, Global Systems, Automotive Manufacturing
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