Using DISCO on over 50 cases has allowed me to find the evidence needed for trial, win at trial, and uphold the trial verdict on appeal. DISCO has helped enable that success because it makes finding evidence faster and easier.
Originally born out of a litigation boutique, DISCO understands that when it comes to ediscovery, manpower alone does not equal results. DISCO delivers the fastest performance and most accurate experience in the industry, with 1/10-second search results and 1/3-second document viewing, regardless of database size or complex file types.
“DISCO gives us the power to take large volumes of documents and quickly find what matters.”
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 unparallelled managed services, project management services, and data services.
“I don't even know where to begin! DISCO's services team is always quick to respond, even thinking ahead of me about what I will need. The level of support I get from DISCO is stellar.”
DISCO is relied on by more litigation boutiques than any other ediscovery provider to solve their ediscovery needs. DISCO offers pricing that is both transparent and predictable, flat-rate monthly billing based on the volume of data being reviewed, rather than on hidden processing and production fees, significantly reduces costs.
"DISCO also allows me to focus on client needs and adapt quickly to meet marketplace demands. I would recommend it to any attorney wanting to harness the benefits of next-generation technology."
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.