Computer Forensics Consulting and Record Retention Planning Services
Enterprise-wide Document Retention Policies,
Records Retention Guidelines and Records Information Management
(RIM), is best solved by an internal multi-disciplined team
with the assistance of an outside expert. Trial Solutions
can provide expert consultants across the Legal, IT, and Records
Management disciplines to bridge the obstacles of disparate
priorities and languages within a client organization. We
serve as a catalyst to create and foster inter-disciplinary
teams and collaboration within the organization.
We can assist with the following record
- record retention guidelines
- records retention policies
- retention of business records
- email retention policy
- document retention policy
- electronic record retention
- business record retention
consulting & pre-litigation planning brochure
Complex Data Analytics and Computer Forensics Consulting
Complex data analytics is the process of obtaining and reviewing large volumes
of data for searching and sorting to reveal patterns, trends
Our data analysis experts understand complex data structures
and data mining techniques needed to analyze data from accounting
and financial systems. Our methodologies can reveal patterns
and trends in journal entries, transactions, payroll records,
broker trades and many other types of accounting and finance
data. General complex data analysis services:
- Rapidly analyzing large volumes of data
- Collect and categorize data for review
- Trace transactions or trades
- Provide support for testifying expert
Document Retention Policy Consulting
- Enterprise Wide Assessment
- Policy Development
- Policy Implementation
- Employee Training
- Ongoing policy Audits
- Alignment of IT with the goals of Corporate Counsel
Pre-Litigation Guidance and Consulting
- Pretrial conference preparation
- Resource inventory and data mapping (rule 16 and 26(f)
conference and pre-collection identification)
- Guidance on “duty to preserve” and avoiding
- Ongoing Policy Development
Rule 26(f) Meet & Confer Consulting
- Attorney check list for meet and confer
- Preservation practices
- What is being done to preserve ESI? Is a protective order
- Scope of discovery
- Will there be any deviations from the default initial
disclosures specified in rule 26(a)?
- What file types and time range is the opposing party seeking?
- Who are the main data custodians the opposing party is
- What will be the timing for exchanging discoverable ESI?
- What type of data is the opposing party interested in?
- Backup tapes? Hard drives? Servers? Removable media? Deleted
- How easy will it be to access this data?
- Will the use of an e-evidence expert be necessary?
- Production of metadata
- What fields will be exchanged for the various file formats?
- Costs & Burdens implications of rule 26(b)(2)(B)
- Who will bear the costs associated with gathering, restoring,
and producing the ESI?
- Forms of ESI production - rule 34(b)
- In what format or formats will parties produce the ESI?
- Privilege issues & waiver
- How will parties handle inadvertently produced privileged
- Variations from FRCP rules
- Are there any local rules that apply in the jurisdiction?
- Inventory of opponent's IT infrastructure
- Which operating systems and software packages were used
to develop key data? Are those systems still in use?
- What are the opponent's document retention policies?
- Are they being enforced?
- Is there any other information that may be important to
the e-discovery activity in the case?
Trial Solutions through a strategic alliance with McCann Global, a Houston based investigation company (License Number: C15690), provides computer forensic examination in Texas.
Contact Trial Solutions today at 877-595-6464 or
to discuss your Electronic Discovery and Document Retention
Policy Requirements and receive a recommendation of how we
can help you and your team be successful.