Based in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., Larson O’Brien was formed two and a half years ago and focuses exclusively on trials, appeals, and investigations. It has quickly emerged as one of the top litigation, appellate, and white collar boutiques in California. The firm represents clients involved in high stakes matters, including commercial litigation, internal investigations, appellate work and international arbitration.
Larson O’Brien’s team of 23 attorneys was looking for a discovery solution that would enable them to more efficiently handle document review projects. DISCO was selected due to its ease of use, search functionality, tagging capabilities, and analytics tools.
“When it comes to our use of technology, we demand solutions that add value to our trial teams while creating efficiencies that help us in our preparation, strategy and execution,” said Robert C. O’Brien, co-founder, Larson O’Brien. “It’s clear that DISCO was built for lawyers by lawyers. Our attorneys find it to be the most intuitive solution available, and it empowers our teams to simplify and expedite complex document review processes.”
“Litigation boutiques such as Larson O’Brien are increasingly using technology as a competitive advantage -- embracing solutions that provide attorneys with the ability to work faster, smarter and at a lower cost,” said Neil Etheridge, DISCO chief marketing officer. “Larson O’Brien understands the difference that smart technology makes to their practice, and DISCO is proud to help them create the best client experiences.”
DISCO is the leading provider of ediscovery solutions for law firms, corporations, and government agencies. With technology and services that automate and simplify complex and error-prone tasks that distract from practicing law, DISCO empowers lawyers and their teams to effectively manage discovery processes. DISCO is the ediscovery choice of leading U.S. law firms including litigation boutiques and AmLaw, Fortune 500 companies, as well as government agencies around the world.
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