Paper may be here to stay, but the world has moved into the digital realm. Information once stored in file cabinets and warehouses has proliferated out to numerous new and diverse storage locations. And with falling storage prices, the volume of information retained in these many different places has increased exponentially. Email, smartphones, social media, text messaging, and cloud computing, to name a few, are all contributing to this diversification and expansion.
When it becomes necessary to use this stored information, determining where all of this digital information has gone and where it has piled up is only the tip of the iceberg. Accessing, filtering and presenting this information require specialized skills and understanding. We have the tools, knowledge and dedication to help you meet these new challenges, whether you are involved in complex civil litigation with millions of pages or a simple dispute with documents on a floppy disk. We can help you prepare for discovery conferences, meet-and-confers or court hearings. We are frequently asked to review e-Discovery stipulations and protocols.