e-DISCOVERY

FROM MOUNTAINS OF ESI TO THE DATA

YOU ACTUALLY NEED
The e-discovery process can involve thousands or millions of electronic documents. How do you find the needles in that haystack — the electronically stored information (ESI) that is critical to your case or investigation?
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e-DISCOVERY
FROM MOUNTAINS OF ESI TO THE DATA YOU ACTUALLY NEED
The e-discovery process can involve thousands or millions of electronic documents. How do you find the needles in that haystack — the electronically stored information (ESI) that is critical to your case or investigation?
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The e-discovery professionals and analysts at bit-x-bit analyze terabytes of data — collecting, processing and searching ESI — to uncover the most relevant evidence. Our processes, which include deduplication, predictive coding, keyword searching, data analytics, data visualization, and Relativity hosting on our SOC-2 certified secure data center, follow the Sedona Conference standards to ensure quality in areas such as document tracking and exception reporting, making the e-discovery process and decisions transparent and defensible in court.

e-Discovery Services
From the preservation of all potentially relevant ESI to document production, bit-x-bit offers a full range of e-discovery technical services:
  • Creation of data maps and e-discovery collection and preservation protocols
  • Identification of relevant systems, file types and ESI sources
  • Forensic capture and collection (including remote collection) of relevant ESI by our certified forensic examiners
  • ESI processing, including culling, date filtering, deduping (and near deduping) and keyword searching
  • Preparation of load files
  • ESI production, including TIFF conversion (when required)
  • Email threading
  • Technology assisted review (TAR), including clustering, categorization and predictive coding
  • Analytics and data visualization
Deep e-Discovery Expertise
bit-x-bit’s technical e-discovery staff includes certified analysts and administrators who can handle any technical challenge that might arise, and attorneys with decades of complex business litigation experience who are e-discovery special masters, approved and regularly used by the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania. Our team addresses very complex e-discovery issues, from the preparation of forensic and e-discovery protocols to matters involving sophisticated search and retrieval methodologies, Rule 26(f) requirements and cost-shifting allocations.
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