Search Term Optimization Delivers $4 Million Savings High-profile litigation involving large volumes of proprietary data that must be reviewed against tight deadlines and high expectations for quality. Client Challenge The
Collection Strategies & Keyword Search Negotiations Result In 25% Less Review Volume This was a large dispute that involved a keyword search for a substantial number of documents. The revised search created and
Custom Engineering Enables Redaction of Documents for High-Profile IP Dispute A large collection of documents needed redaction for a discovery deadline. Custom scripting of the redaction tools were developed, utilized, and allowed us
Advanced Data Analytics Utilized to Meet Swiftly Approaching Deadline A multi-party arbitration in the UK required assistance with a documentary evidence request. Utilizing Relativity, the process required 40 hours and produced the necessary
Foreign Language Expertise Enables AMLaw 100 Firm to Meet Tight Deadline Faced with a review of Japanese language, a team of our highly qualified bilingual review attorneys were assembled. Working around the clock,
Simultaneos Collection in Peru, Germany & the United Kingdom Forensic data collection for litigation that needed to happen simultaneously from multiple jurisdictions. Documents were strategically collected and filtered, which helped to save review
TAR Project Reduces Data Set by 95% and Beats Deadline by 2 Weeks Case involved a large volume document set and short discovery timeline. Advised to proceed using TAR, our experts worked with
Tight Timeframe & 20 TB of Corrupted Data A group of competitors sued for defamation, business disparagement, tortuous interference, and misappropriation of trade secrets. Client Challenge Our client represented a
3 Case Teams, 2 Review Centers Assembled In 1 Week and Under Budget The project was a short deadline discovery production in three cases, within two cities — San Diego and San Francisco.
eDiscovery Expertise Enables Faster Production for High-stakes Second Request A merger investigation that required a variety of services, in order to meet deadline for the large-scale and high-stakes second request antitrust matter.
AM Law 200 Meets Review Deadline Jeopardized by Existing Vendor This case was a fastmoving class action lawsuit. With just four weeks to complete review for responsiveness and privilege on a data set
Applying Custom Digital Technology to a 20 Year Old Warehouse of Paper The company faced an employee class action suit with 100 named plaintiffs, which required collection of more than 7,000 boxes of
F100 Multinational Corporation Investigates Potential FCPA Violations The United States launched a major investigation into a large, multinational corporation for potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. This event would unfold to
Success with Predictive Coding: Eliminating 89% of the Review with Predictive Coding Opposing counsel requested broad set of search terms resulting in an exceptionally high volume of documents for review. Client
Top Notch Review Team Meets Surprise Court Deadline Top Notch Review Team assists an AMLaw 100 firm to complete the review, redaction and production of a complex bankruptcy dispute in only 4 days.
Leading Pharmaceutical Faced Diverse Complex Matters & Process Challenges Assessment, innovation and management of leading pharmaceutical company’s discovery operation. Client Challenge Faced with a significant portfolio of government and regulatory
Managed Review Enables 12 Attorneys to Beat One-Week Deadline Consilio provides managed review services to a prestigious law firm and successfully reviews 70,000 documents in one-week. Client Challenge On a
Leveraging TAR & Per Document Pricing to Drive 24% Savings A complex, time sensitive litigation matter that required e-discovery and document review resulted in the use of a comprehensive pricing model, and leveraged
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