Managed Document Review
First Level Review
Sensitive Data Review
Trade Secret Review
The Virtual Review Process
1. Project Manager is Assigned
In collaboration with client and technology experts, the case-specific review plan is developed, including budgeting, staffing, workflow and technology requirements.
2. Budgets and Statement of Work are Finalized
These outline the the workflow, the roles and responsibilities of each team member, the throughput targets, key deadlines and the total cost of review.
3. Team Training is Developed
Targets are set. Case-specific training materials are developed. Client communication plans and reports are finalized. Training includes data security practices. Productivity targets for each reviewer are set.
4. Team is Assembled
We pull from a pool of experienced reviewers with proven track records. They are quickly onboarded and the review is launched.
5. Daily Status Checks
These include quality checks of the review, daily status reports, daily performance against expectations and a revised forecast for the timeline and budget.
6. Case Closure Summary is Sent to Client
Final decision log and privilege log is sent to the client. Final review project summary is sent to client, outlining key project statistics.
Meet the Expert: Amanda Cook, Director of Legal Discovery Consulting
With over 14 years of eDiscovery experience, Amanda formerly practiced as a Litigation Attorney and is licensed in three jurisdictions, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and the District of Columbia. Additionally, Amanda has achieved certification as a Relativity Certified Administrator and User, RelativityOne Pro and is a Certified eDiscovery Specialist. Amanda is a published thought leader with publications with organizations such as ACEDS. Additionally, she has spoke on various industry topics at law firms, bar associations, ACEDS chapters, and ILTA.