Discovery Counsel Services
Roig Lawyers is cognizant of the need to adapt to the changing dynamic legal environment and electronic discovery industry, but being tech-savvy in today’s electronic information world is not enough. We are lawyers who truly understand electronically stored information (ESI) and have extensive experience with large data collection and e-discovery technology.
The amount of data continues to grow exponentially every day, and technology allows for more substantial and larger amounts of data to be quickly collected, reviewed, and analyzed.
Our attorneys and paralegals have significant experience working with eDiscovery vendors on behalf of firm clients with matters involving voluminous document production, which helps to reduce our clients’ legal spend, minimize risks, and respond timely.
Our clients benefit from our team of lawyers who combine their knowledge of the latest e-discovery technology with their litigation and electronic discovery experience to create a cost-effective, defensible plan.
Roig Lawyers is also highly experienced at handling all aspects of discovery in sizeable commercial litigation, including drafting protective orders, defending 30b6 depositions on discovery issues, preparing responses to discovery requests, and defending and filing motions to compel.
Our areas of work include but are not limited to:
- Supervising keyword development and validation
- Vendor evaluation and contracts
- Selecting and implementing technology assisted review and predictive coding tools
- Preparation of litigation hold notices
- Coordinating and overseeing data forensics
- Drafting document requests and objections
- Supervising discovery motion practice
- Dispute resolution and litigation
- Risk advisory
In short, we make litigation less costly, less painful, and less risky for our clients. Our team approach of trial attorneys, paralegals, project managers and IT specialists provides strategic solutions on e-discovery issues with understanding and technical competence. These team members have devised strategies and methods to use the new rules to protect clients against runaway e-discovery costs.