Computer Forensics | eDiscovery (Electronic Discovery)
eDiscovery or electronic discovery, refers to the process of collecting and processing electronic material for the use in civil or criminal litigation. Collection can be as simple as seeking a CD that contains data or more complex processing of forensically acquiring data from a company's entire network. The primary function of eDiscovery is to organise data to ensure that the litigation review process runs accurately and efficiently.
No matter how many documents you need to review, or how tight your deadlines are, we can help.
Law In Order offers a flexible, scalable eDiscovery service that empowers clients to reduce the time, cost and scope of discoveries. Lawyers rely on our team of experienced consultants to overcome their discovery challenges.
- Reduce risk associated with identifying, collecting, and analysing electronic data
- Easily and effectively present electronic evidence in court-approved formats
- All formats catered for - Relativity, Ringtail, Summation and Nuix
- All stages catered for - forensic analysis to evidence presentation