Does your client’s electronically stored data (ESI) affect your case? The answer is a resounding yes. Through eDiscovery process, additional evidence may be available for review. So, what is Electronic Discovery or eDiscovery? It is the electronic aspect of discovery, identifying, collecting, reviewing and producing electronically stored information in a response to production in a law suit or investigation. Unlike paper discovery, electronic data is dynamic and often contain metadata such as date-time stamp, author, and recipient information and file properties.  Examples of ESI includes but is not limited to emails, databases, presentations, documents, spreadsheets, voicemail, audio and video files, social media and more.

At LVLV, we understand the complexity of eDiscovery. We have uniquely positioned ourselves as an end-to-end eDiscovery vendor managing data sizes from Gigabytes to Terabytes. For more information, please contact Shane Godfrey at 702-655-5858.

  • Forensic Data Collection
    • On-site Services
    • Remote Services
  • Data Processing
    • Native Review Export
    • Full TIFF and/or PDF Processing
  • Hosted Data Review
    • Relativity
    • Relativity Training
  • Early Case Assessment (ECA)
  • Backup Tape