A litigation hold involves the preserving of all evidence relating to a particular legal matter whether the information is beneficial or not. If a party does not preserve this evidence, a ruling made be made against the party even if the evidence would have proven otherwise. Electronic Discovery concerns the collection of the non-physical (i.e. paper) evidence which may be in the form of word processing documents, emails, texts, calendar entries, and even databases. Federal and State rules require each party to preserve and protect the evidence including hidden data called “meta data.” Meta data can disclose the date a file was created, opened, or modified. There is also data that can be found in what is known as “unallocated” space. This means that even if a file is deleted, the file may still be recoverable. Our team is prepared to assist you understand the intricacy of e-discovery including but not limited to your obligations during a litigation hold.Please contact us for a free case assessment.
Step 1: CALL TOLL FREE: 888-905-TECH or in Maryland 443-541-5195
Step 2: Identify data sources, stakeholders, and custodians of data.
Step 3: Host data in our facilities or import into your own litigation tools.
Time moves on, but your data can’t or you will be sanctioned and risk a spoliation finding! We will help you manage the litigation hold from identification of custodians/stake holders, writing memorandums, and conducting surveys.
Data Mapping & Collection
Do you know where the electronic evidence is hiding? Phones, tablets, workstations, servers, usb drives, and media need to be identified and aquired. Our certified collection specialists are available anywhere, anytime.
Hosting & Analysis
You’ve collected it now let us help you store it, analyze it, and produce it. Hosted and onsite options for culling, de-duping, and searching your data.
Call us at 410.547.8596 or email us at Inquiry@ for more information.