Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

eDiscovery

Early Case Assessment

Why waste time reviewing data that isn’t relevant to your review?

Early Case Assessment (ECA)

Early Case Assessment (ECA) also known as Pre-Processing provides the client with visibility into the data prior to processing. Undertaking Early Case Assessment at this stage of the electronic disclosure process prior to indexing, can significantly reduce data volumes and keep costs under control and proportionate.

CYFOR drive the pre-processing stage with input from the legal team regarding the salient points and legal requirements of the case.

At this stage, files can be filtered to remove known files types such as operating systems. The document set can be presented by custodian, timeline and file type and understandable metrics reports produced as required. This process confirms whether all relevant case data has been collected and allows an accurate estimation of eDisclosure budgets and timelines.

Relativity Early Case Assessment (ECA)

CYFOR utilise Relativity ECA to understand the key facts within a large data set. This can be one of the biggest obstacles within litigation or an investigation. Relativity ECA is part of a comprehensive solution designed to help focus a data set so you can gain insights sooner, assess risk, reduce cost, and hone your strategy.

Find out more about how our eDisclosure services can assist with your electronic information challenges

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

Find out more about how our eDisclosure services can assist with your electronic information challenges

London: 0207 438 2045

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

Manchester: 0161 797 8123

London: 0207 438 2045

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