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Enhanced Litigation Management Solutions (ELMS) works with law firms, corporate clients, insurers and insolvency practitioners to cut the time, costs and burden associated with document management and review by providing an on-demand, cost effective eDiscovery solution.
eDiscovery as an On-Demand Service
At ELMS we know that the problem you are working on is unique, that your document landscape is large, complex and changeable and that litigation database technology requires a combination of legal and technical expertise.
With cloud-based eDiscovery technology, these solutions are more affordable and accessible than ever before.
With ELMS as your on-demand eDiscovery partner, you can handle any sized case with confidence.
ELMS is focused on you, by:
- choosing the technology that best suits your matter;
- using technology to solve problems, drive value and reduce legal spend;
- understanding your document landscape; and
- achieving effective communication between you, your clients, IT departments and the eDiscovery providers.
Consulting – general advice on your eDiscovery strategy;
eDiscovery Services – we can support you at every step of the eDiscovery journey, from identification of document sources through to trial;
Quick PST (Email Inbox) Review – lets you easily and cost-effectively review an individual’s emails, often sent to you via a PST file;
Early Claims Assessment – lets you review large volumes of documentary material using an eDiscovery database; and
Early Investigations – lets insolvency firms carry out an investigation of a company’s documentary material.
Collaboration – How a cup of coffee and a discussion about the interaction between clients, the legal team and their eDiscovery providers led to (amongst other things) the foundation of ELMS
This is a story about one of the paths I am following in this year of disrupting myself and for me it has reinforced why collaboration is critical.
It actually started in a coffee shop over 10 years ago when I had coffee with Kate Clark.
A case study in best practice approach to finding critical information during a public examinationFinding the Evidence ELMS were engaged to establish the document database for this insolvency investigation. Over 500,000 documents were originally ingested and which was...
Check out this short presentation by Kate Clark in which she walks you through a case study of how to effectively use eDiscovery technology to solve the problem of how to review someone’s inbox account that has been handed to you on a usb stick.