E-discovery can be a significant expense for businesses involved in litigation or responding to government investigation. Stinson's unique focus on e-discovery and forensics helps clients address all aspects of e-discovery effectively and efficiently. We have extensive experience within the firm, and our team uses cutting-edge technology tools to streamline, document and refine key discovery processes.
Combine legal and technology skills
Stinson's e-discovery team includes attorneys who focus their practice in this area and technology professionals with diverse backgrounds and broad expertise. We leverage this combination of people, processes and technology to find and implement agile, creative and repeatable solutions to the most complex problems.
Engage state-of-the-art technology for all aspects of e-discovery
Our team has access to in-house e-discovery tools, including the hardware and software needed to collect, process, manage and produce electronically stored information (ESI). We are also experienced in forensic imaging and analysis. Our technology and resources are tailored to best meet case and client needs, and in-house technologies are engaged for the full range of e-discovery and electronic evidence issues. For example, we customize our technology to document our focused collection, track deposition exhibits, share information with experts, create privilege logs and ultimately to effectively use the information at trial.
We have experience with the latest tools and strategies to maximize value and efficiency in e-discovery. We leverage analytics and technology-assisted review processes in a variety of matters. Our understanding of these processes allows us to use them responsibly and effectively, and to explain them to opposing parties and governmental entities.
Implement defensible processes
Our e-discovery attorneys know how to structure the e-discovery process so that, if necessary, the process is defensible. We help implement proper preservation and negotiate e-discovery protocols consistent with court rules and case law. We advocate on your behalf for reasonable and proportionate discovery.
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