In today’s business world, locating, recovering, and reviewing relevant electronically stored information (ESI) for discovery purposes presents a difficult challenge. Litigators are now confronted with much larger volumes of electronic data than ever before, stored in an ever-growing catalog of digital file formats.
With the explosion of digital files and formats, a cost-efficient manual review of an entire document production is no longer a viable option. Without new techniques for reviewing ESI, electronic discovery can occupy a disproportionate amount of court and attorney time at significant cost.
At DisputeSoft, we have developed successful tools and techniques that mitigate these costs and meet the challenges of today’s discovery environment. Our services can dramatically reduce the number of documents necessary for attorney review, and can limit costs that might otherwise arise from e-discovery abuses.
Our proprietary e-Sift® tools can vastly reduce the volume of discoverable material that must undergo litigation support processing and attorney review. We have successfully used e-Sift® to reduce client e-discovery costs by orders of magnitude. Read more about our proprietary e-Sift® software.
We also assist counsel in preparing questions for depositions and interrogatories that are designed to discover how potentially relevant ESI is stored by an opposing party. Understanding how ESI is stored by an opposing party can help limit costs by ensuring that e-discovery efforts are only focused on ESI relevant to a case.
If you are in need of an electronic discovery expert, we invite you to consider DisputeSoft.