eDiscovery Solutions is a full service litigation support provider in the Washington Metropolitan Area. We’ve been servicing legal, corporate and government customers since 1995. Read what our clients say about us!
We will work closely with you to define Cost, Time and Scope of your project. It is our mission to perform Electronic Discovery stage of our client’s case as cost-effectively as possible. We are experts on data preservation, collection, analysis, and authentication.
Our areas of expertise in Electronic Discovery Services include:
- Relevant data acquisition and recovery.
- Extraction of emails and documents from data bases and employee electronic devices, including laptops and mobile phones. (Check our eForensics Services)
- Capture of essential metadata and text extraction from electronic documents, including emails and attachments.
- Relevant data conversion, without loss, into searchable database for clients’ use and review.
- Culling of duplicate items.
- Conversion of electronic data and documents into images and extracted text for use in a Concordance database and for use by employees in reviewing and redacting documents and generating log of redacted documents with related reasons for redaction and withholding.
- Creation of electronic version of paper documents for electronic distribution and use.
Our team of eDiscovery specialists will clearly outline the E-Discovery process, identifying the defensible strategy and methodology surrounding the handling of ESI (Electronically Stored Information). We will perform extensive data mining from various sources, such as the client’s servers, office and home computers and tablets, smart phones, e-mail accounts, voice mails, text messages, facsimiles, CDs, DVDs, memory sticks, external drives, and hard copy versions of documents and communications. Our team of certified electronic forensics engineers will efficiently collect the data and have it processed in such a fashion that will not spoliate any of the metadata. We will communicate with your litigation team to discuss the appropriate output and format of obtained relevant data, as well as the timeframe in which the work needs to be completed, and to whom will we share the discoverable information with (opposing counsel, co-counsel, third parties, etc.).