Law & Forensics helps clients dealing with E-Discovery survive cases, devise settlement strategy, and manage trial outcomes by managing the burdens, costs, and potential pitfalls surrounding E-Discovery.
Although the e-discovery process is well established in the legal profession, e-discovery, or the investigation and production of electronically stored information (ESI) for presentation in court, is still a relatively new demand on parties. Due to the immense volume of electronic data, and electronic meta data (or “data about data”), discrepancies and uncertainties often arise about where to find the necessary information, what information is actually pertinent, and moreover, who is in charge of keeping track of this data: counsel? the IT department?
At Law & Forensics, we have been involved with all aspects of e-discovery and our backgrounds in both the law and technology make us uniquely qualified for e-discovery. We work with our clients, whether law firms, corporate organizations or government agencies, to resolve E-Discovery issues, perform electronic forensic examinations and investigations, and help bridge information and communication gaps between technologists and legal professionals. Our work reflects the highest ethical standards, no matter the scope of the task at hand. Our team frequently attends conferences, and participates in working groups and development committees to update and enhance standards and protocols. We consistently find new ways to serve our clients, and justice, better.