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eDisclosure (sometimes known as eDiscovery) is a complex process. With automated tools available some opt to manage these in-house but, unless highly skilled and experienced personnel are involved in the process, there is no guarantee that these tools will be used to their maximum effect or that mistakes will not be made. Given that the ultimate goal is court acceptance, many firms opt to work in partnership with an expert eDisclosure Managed Service provider.
SRM’s forensic team, established in 2002, is drawn from law enforcement, government agencies and military with over 60 years’ combined experience. The team has delivered thousands of cases supporting law firms, government agencies and commercial organisations in the accurate production of case papers and reports to be tendered in court. The following case studies show, in brief, the added value we bring to real-life eDisclosure cases.
FTSE 250 Company vs Local Authority
This case, involving a FTSE 250 company and a local authority related to the forensic collection of over 150GB of data. This data included the email accounts of 15 custodians and their shared work space folders on the server.
Two large companies in the service industries
A litigation between 2 large companies in the service industries involved the collection of data which was in excess of 1.2TB. What made this eDiscovery task more complex was the format of the data. The usual email server was captured as well as 8 laptop computers and 2 mobile phones.
The head of SRM’s eDisclosure team Colin Gray hosted a live (free) webinar on the benefits of a Managed eDiscovery service on Wedneday 18th April at 3pm. A recorded version is now available. To view, click here.
To find out more about SRM’s Managed eDisclosure service, contact Mark Nordstrom on email@example.com or 03450 21 21 51.
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