DISCO is our preferred processing and review platform due to predictable pricing, advanced features, stability, ease of use and responsiveness.
Use cutting-edge technology, design, and legal knowledge to bring you the fastest speed, ease of use, and provide you and your clients with the best value in the industry. DISCO’s advanced AI workflow lets you automatically identify and front-load relevant documents early in your review.
"I switched to DISCO because it’s built by and for lawyers. Most e-discovery tools are built for vendors. If you've ever had to call a vendor to get new users added or new tags created, you know what I mean. Instead, DISCO allows me to easily search, find and produce documents. It’s everything discovery should be.”
We’ve assembled a staff of industry experts with both legal and ediscovery expertise to become a valuable extension of your team. From a single task to full outsourcing, DISCO offers unparalleled managed services, project management services, and data services.
"When it comes to managed review, they get the tool better than anyone else in the marketplace, streamlining the process to produce the most effective and efficient review possible."
Building a strong reputation — one AmLaw firm at a time — DISCO has serviced more big law firms than any other native cloud ediscovery offering. DISCO’s clients who switch from competing solutions see a 260% increase in user satisfaction rates
“DISCO allows me to easily produce documents and privilege logs whenever needed, at no additional cost. Furthermore, DISCO has been a great company to work with. There is no doubt I would recommend DISCO to any colleague.”
Do you know you may be inadvertently revealing privileged data via metadata in a load file? The protection of privileged information is fundamental to the attorney-client relationship. To that end, the ediscovery workflow should direct top priority to protect privileged information, wherever it exists. Read this post to learn how DISCO allows you to redact both text and metadata right in DISCO, ensuring confidential/privileged data is not exposed.
If lawyers want to leverage the power of the cloud for their clients’ needs, can they use software-as-a-service (SaaS) products? Are there any ethical concerns? Well, yes, of course, but they are not prohibitive. In this post, I discuss what ethics opinions require regarding SaaS for attorney competency, preserving confidentiality, safeguarding client property (other than client funds), and responsibility for non-lawyer assistance.