Here, you’ll find some of the most common eDiscovery frequently asked questions we receive about our law firm and our services. To read more about a particular service area, see the additional FAQ menu to the right.
How can I reduce eDiscovery Costs?
Frequently cases have terabytes worth of information that needs to be evaluated for responsive evidence. Developing an appropriate Discovery Protocol for your case to apply the best data filters will significantly reduce your time and fees to review.
What is Data Culling?
Data culling is applying restrictive filters to limit the amount of data ultimately produced. For example, using date filters, defined search terms, and recipient and sender filters can significantly limit the communications you will have to review.
What eDiscovery Software do you Provide?
We provide two options for reviewing your electronically stored information. Our Desktop Evidence Reports are searchable and sortable, and provide links to all source files with Bates stamps. Alternatively, we also provide In-House Document Review Software. Reviewing through our software allows you to tag items as Relevant, Hot Doc, Privileged, or Non-Responsive.
What is eDiscovery?
EDiscovery is the process producing electronic evidence for legal review. The first step is to collect electronic data from a wide range of devices and accounts such as phones, computers, routers, and email. Then, lawyers review the information looking for relevant, probative evidence for their case, while also producing the electronic information to the opposing party.