Electronic Discovery

In modern litigation, corporations and legal firms need tools to manage and maneuver through all types of documents, both electronically stored information (ESI) and paper-based materials. QUiVX provides the eDiscovery best practices and technologies necessary to level the playing field between these two mediums, allowing our clients to assess their cases quickly and accurately, saving time and money.

Our electronic data discovery capabilities are unparalleled in the industry. Our early case assessment tool is powered by fast, accurate, manageable, and secure technology from Clearwell Systems eDiscovery Platform®. This technology provides the means for extracting data from large volumes of electronic documents, spreadsheets, e-mails, and a variety of other electronic case data.

  • Accelerating early case assessment from days to hours
  • Lowering processing cost and time by up to 80 percent
  • Reducing review workload by up to 90 percent
  • Completing investigations 10 times faster

Our eDiscovery capabilities include:

  • Evidence extraction from a variety of electronic data sources including emails, reports and spreadsheets
  • Data conversion to images and/or text in any desired format
  • File conversion and database creation services
  • TIFF, native file and hybrid delivery
  • Index documents and files for increased visibility and organization
  • Ability to search on words, phrases, concepts and document attributes to quickly find relevant information
  • Processing capabilities exceed 500,000 pages per week
EDRM Model

QUiVX has been an actively involved with using the EDRM model since 2007. Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) was created to develop resources and best practices for e-discovery consumers and providers.

Through the group's creation of the EDRM model, which outlines the key processes and steps involved with e-discovery, to its development of an XML standard so that e-discovery products can interoperate, EDRM has helped e-discovery consumers and providers reduce the cost, time and manual work associated with eDiscovery.

Since the group's founding in 2005, more than 300 people from over 125 organizations have been involved. In the last year, the major industry analyst firms have adopted the EDRM model.

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