Specialized expertise, tools, and processes required to assist you in any construction related eDiscovery matter
Forensic analysts that provide collection support for all diverse source types
Locations across the U.S. and in Europe with a deep bench of experts to assist with more effective searching
Highly experienced in working with challenging and proprietary file types during processing and review
Representative Construction Expertise
eDiscovery for the Construction industry has always been challenging. Multiple interested parties, including owners, financiers, insurers, architects, engineers, contractors among others complicate discovery, document review, and coordination. Complex legal and technical disputes can involve diverse and complex data sources, high volumes, and organizational complexity to negotiate. Increasingly development by global multinational firms have added cross-border data privacy and regulatory challenges to the mix.
Addressing these challenges effectively requires not only a complete understanding of the eDiscovery process but a deep understanding of the challenges surrounding Construction matters.
Whether engaged in a dispute resolution in the United States, facing a matter in the United Kingdom’s Technology and Construction Court, or preparing for international arbitration in another jurisdiction, Consilio has the expertise, tools, and processes required to assist you in any construction-related eDiscovery matter. Consilio is well equipped to undertake the many unique challenges faced with construction related matters.
Specialized expertise handling complex data types frequently used in Construction
Smartphones/tablets in common use for project communication & management
Proprietary project and building information management systems proliferating
2D/3D CAD drawings from which relevant static views must be captured
BIM files/systems, centralizing overwhelming volumes of building detail
Documents that are unable to be keyword searched but may be relevant to the dispute, including drawings, photographs and scanned letters
Hard copy files that need to be reviewed and compared against the electronic files held