Electronic Discovery

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Hiring a firm to handle your electronic discovery is a very important decision, one that should not be taken lightly. Essentially, any firm hired to handle e-discovery should feel as an extension of a litigation team,  providing full support in an effort to achieve goals and objectives on a given matter.

At DeTEKted, we use the latest technologies to ensure our clients are always ahead of the competition when it comes to electronically stored information.  Our team of experts is knowledgeable not only on the best and most effective processes, but also on the rules and regulations that govern ESI.

What is Electronic Discovery?

Electronic discovery or Electronic Data Discovery, also known as e-discovery, is the process by which electronically stored information (ESI) is retrieved from various devices. This information can become extremely overwhelming, as much data can be stored in devices of all sizes. Similar to traditional discovery, e-discovery is used in cases involving civil litigation or government investigations.

When an attorney is faced with a request for electronic information, the attorney must be proactive in the management of the information and records. This requires hiring a highly trusted firm to handle the request and to keep the process controlled.

E-discovery applications and technology enable DeTEKted to pull information and records from the massive amounts of data available in order to preserve, analyze and present the information.


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Locating potential sources of ESI & determining its scope, breadth & depth


Gathering ESI for further use in the e-discovery process (processing, review, etc.)

Data Processing

Reduce the volume of ESI and converting it, if necessary, to forms more suitable for review & analysis.

Data Review

Evaluate ESI for relevance & privilege.

Data Analysis

Evaluating ESI for content & context, including key patterns, topics, people & discussion


Delivering ESI to others in appropriate forms & using appropriate delivery mechanisms