LDM Global White Paper: Consultancy Offers Value, Creative Solutions to Clients
White Paper details 4 digital forensics and eDiscovery case studies
For consultation to be effective, adding value while reducing the potential risk for clients, the consultation timing at the beginning of a matter is key. Understanding clients’ objectives early on allows for consultation with the big picture in mind, eliminating inefficient or duplicative efforts throughout the matter while also ensuring clients’ ESI obligations are met.
When working with an effective and experienced consultant, clients can benefit from creative solutions and find added value in their matters.
The following case studies highlight different solutions and value provided when working with an experienced forensics and eDiscovery consultant.
How a consultant can help locate “smoking gun” documents
Why your keyword search may be missing important documents
How simply identifying data can sometimes be enough rather than completing a full forensics collection
How AI tools can support you – but only when the implementer understands how they work
I wanted a certification that separates me from my peers. Upon discovering CEDS, I was convinced this was exactly the type of distinction I had been seeking. Since achieving CEDS certification, I’ve noticed immediate recognition from my organization, colleagues, and current and prospective clients.They acknowledge they are more comfortable working with a person who has taken time to seek such certification. CEDS has certainly been worth the small investment and should continue to beget returns for years and years to come.
Andrew Bayer, CEDS
I get bombarded with all kinds of e-discovery stuff – news, blogs and whatnot. Let me tell you, you guys send the absolute best! I send it to all my partners and sales folks. I said, who are these guys? I have to get to know them better!
Kevin Glass, CEO
As a trial lawyer, day-to-day information processing is daunting for my client service. I’ve come to rely on ACEDS to keep me on the ‘edge’ of the curve on e-discovery. It’s a source I ‘ping’ ASAP.