Montgomery McCracken’s Electronic Discovery Practice has the knowledge, the expertise, and the experience necessary to provide comprehensive consultative services and conduct cost-effective, fully defensible electronic discovery in responding to discovery demands and government subpoenas.
We consider electronic discovery to be a dynamic, collaborative process that requires thorough planning, oversight, execution, and full transparency in budgeting and costs. Our approach is designed to provide exceptional service, full defensibility at all stages of the EDRM process, optimal use of the ESI in support of the representation and, of course, effective cost containment throughout.
Members of our group have counseled corporate clients on legal hold and litigation threat-reporting strategies, as well as document retention, archiving, e-mail management and bring-your-own device policies. We have coordinated major electronic discovery collections, reviews, and productions in connection with complex civil litigation, government investigations, and white collar criminal matters. Our group possesses a wealth of practical experience handling electronic discovery matters in federal and state courts supported by our expertise in both the legal and ever-changing technological aspects of discovery. In keeping at the forefront of this dynamic area of the law, our group is continually updating its collective knowledge concerning the evolving procedural rules, case law, and statutory provisions that govern the electronic discovery process. At the same time, we are constantly researching and evaluating the growing number of electronic discovery vendors and related review platforms, early case assessment and other available software offerings to ensure that we can continue to bring to each engagement the most powerful and cost-efficient tools and services available.
Whatever challenges our clients encounter, we take pride in working collaboratively throughout the process to find the best solutions.
Find out how our group can provide you or your company better cost certainty and predictability for all of your electronic document demands. Please contact Stephen A. Grossman, Co-Chair, at 856-488-7767 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or Michael B. Hayes, Co-Chair, at 215-772-7211 or email email@example.com.