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eDiscovery Support Services

Electronic Discovery, commonly known as eDiscovery, is the process of identifying, collecting, preserving, and analysing electronically stored information (ESI) for legal purposes. It involves the search, review, and production of relevant electronic documents and data during the litigation or investigation process.

In today’s digital age, vast amounts of information are created and stored electronically. This includes emails, documents, databases, social media posts, instant messages, audio files, and more. eDiscovery services encompasses the systematic identification and retrieval of this electronically stored information to be used as evidence in legal proceedings.

Significance of eDiscovery

eDiscovery plays a crucial role in modern litigation and investigations. It helps ensure the fair and efficient exchange of information between parties, allowing them to access and analyse relevant electronic evidence. The use of technology, specialised software, and expert knowledge enables legal professionals to handle large volumes of electronic data more effectively and reduces the reliance on traditional paper-based methods.

By leveraging our eDiscovery services, legal teams can streamline the discovery process, identify key evidence, and make informed decisions based on the electronic information available. This ultimately helps facilitate a more thorough and accurate representation of the facts, promoting fair and just legal outcomes.

Our Service Offerings

Our eDiscovery experts help you process large volumes of data, enabling you to undertake a swift review of potentially relevant data that can be used as evidence.

eDiscovery experts at Law Image engage closely with clients to understand the nature and intended use of data. Relevant electronically stored information (ESI) is collected from identified custodians, devices, servers, databases, and other sources.

The team at Law Image processes the raw and unstructured data to organise, index, and filter it for further analysis. Processing involves tasks like data deduplication (removing duplicate files), file format conversion, and extracting metadata to facilitate searchability and review.

Custom tools are used for document processing and to delimit large bundles of documents into individual PDF files. Each document and its related attachments are linked together, which aid the document review process.

Law Image also applies objective coding to documents allowing clients additional information that supports an efficient review. Further, our team ensures to run an OCR on final formats to ensure the documents are keyword-search ready.

Our staff process eDiscovery documents to prepare them for printing. The printed documents are organised in a structured way reducing the time taken to review the information.

Law Image has strategic partnerships with leading review platforms and eDiscovery technology solution providers to support hosting requirements. We can generate load files for all review platforms, including NUIX, Relativity and Ringtail.

Need help with archiving solutions? Explore our Electronic Records Management service.

Once documents are reviewed and no longer in use, Law Image can archive hosted data with our completely managed electronic records management service.

Why Choose Us?

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Our expert team have extensive expertise and experience in the field of eDiscovery.

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We leverage cutting-edge technology eDiscovery tools to streamline the process and enhance efficiency.

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We prioritise the security and confidentiality of client data throughout the eDiscovery process.

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Law Image were able to assist our client with a tough project containing an especially challenging dataset. They asked important questions about what the client wanted and assisted on guiding our client on end-product results. They completed their work in a very time efficient matter whilst providing constant updates.”

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At Law Image, our eDiscovery experts can process a wide range of electronic documents, including Microsoft Office, PDF, email archives, spreadsheets, and other types of digital files.

Yes, we can create custom-coded fields based on your specific needs to help you better organise and analyse your documents.

You may choose from various output formats such as DII, DAT, and CSV. We are also able to generate load files for all review platforms, including Relativity and Ringtail.

Law Image has implemented stringent rules around data transfer, retention and deletion to protect our clients from the risk of data loss or exposure. Law Image provides a secure FTP service for uploading and downloading client files. These files are removed once retrieved, and the disk utility is run to ensure their complete removal. Learn more on our Data Retention Policy by clicking here.

The timeline for an eDiscovery project can vary depending on the scope and complexity of the case. Factors such as data volume, the number of custodians, and the need for additional services like data processing and document review can impact the timeline. We work closely with you to establish realistic timelines and provide regular updates throughout the process.

The cost of eDiscovery services can vary depending on various factors, including the volume of data, complexity of the case, required services (such as data collection, processing, review), and any additional client-specific requirements. We provide transparent pricing models and work closely with clients to develop cost-effective solutions tailored to their specific needs. Get in touch with our team to get a quote.

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