eDiscovery has been making a buzz around in the legal industry for quite some time. While it helps the legal industry, let’s get to know the “What”, “Why”, and “How” of eDiscovery.
What is eDiscovery?
Electronic Discovery or eDiscovery is the process of electronically extracting critical and relevant information from a myriad of data sources. This information is then processed and presented in a simplified and easy-to-use format, which can be used by attorneys and law firms as evidence in litigation matters or lawsuits.
eDiscovery processes a high volume of information electronically by reviewing relevant data points in shorter turnaround times. It augments the quality of data, thereby reducing the number of documents to review for lawyers. This helps save the legal industry’s precious efforts and money.
How Law Image helps clients with eDiscovery?
eDiscovery experts at Law Image closely engage with clients to identify their requirements. Post understanding the requirement, useful and relevant data is extracted from large volumes of documents to help law firms undertake a swift and full review of simplified data that can be used as evidence.
Law Image provides eDiscovery support services, including processing information, delimiting documents, and objective coding to create review load files. We also provide consulting and project management services to support eDiscovery projects for legal departments.
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About Law Image: Law Image is a leading document management company. Founded in 1999 and headquartered in Melbourne, we have offices in Sydney, Brisbane, and Perth. Law Image plays a crucial role in assisting law firms and government departments in accessing evidence and documents, thereby saving the legal industry’s precious resources.
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