Project Planning | E-Discovery Consulting

By: Ediscovery  06-Dec-2011

We provide initial project planning to assist the entire electronic discovery process. Our support includes:

  • Assisting parties to comply with the new discovery rules, to enable informed discussions with other parties, including –
    • Identifying potential sources and volumes of documents
    • Providing guidance on methods to conduct a proportionate and reasonable search
    • Introducing methods and strategies for locating and filtering documents
    • Designing appropriate protocols for the listing and exchange of documents
    • Estimating costs associated with the identification, collection, review and production of information
  • Assisting lawyers to advise their clients on their evolving discovery obligations
  • Explaining technical terms in an easy to understand way, between the legal team, client, IT professionals and outsourcing service providers.
  • Ensuring the document review is conducted efficiently and cost effectively.

We appreciate that not every case is the same. We can tailor our support to suit your specific requirements. Seeking expert advice at the outset of a matter can save you considerable time, money and frustration.

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