Control both costs and processes throughout
the eDiscovery life cycle.
Harbor’s Certified Forensic Engineers are experts in all manner of defensible collection methods. They utilize a variety of industry-leading tools to manage projects of any size, including on-site forensic enterprise collection, remote forensic enterprise collection, and on-site or remote targeted collection. Our engineers are well-versed in collecting evidence from network shares, PDAs, desktops, laptops, and social media:
Processing software used by most service providers comes right off-the-shelf, available to everyone. Harbor carves its niche in expertise and capacity. Our technicians are certified experts in the software tools we use, and have years of experience running flawless multi-terabyte processing jobs. Plus, we have the capacity to handle your largest projects simply, and the know-how to deal with the most difficult ones efficiently:
Whether you require Concept Analytics, Two-Dimensional Searching, Technology Assisted Review, Linear Review, or a budget-minded solution that doesn’t sacrifice functionality, Harbor has the right platform for your case. And, we back every client review with expert Project Management and Customized Workflow Design, including:
By employing analytics at the early stages of a case, we can deliver quick insights into the composition and content of your data. This helps you control costs by intelligently culling the data prior to the more costly phases of discovery.
In addition, with analytics employed early in the life cycle, your legal team is able to identify responsive, privileged, and ‘hot’ documents prior to making strategic decisions. Harbor offers customized solutions tailored to accelerate case understanding, defensibly reduce data sets and significantly lower costs.
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Our project managers will partner with you throughout the life cycle of each case. Every project begins with building a plan to efficiently reach the end goal. Our Project Managers call upon their extensive experience to put in place a workflow with proven best practices, to ensure projects get completed on time and within budget. Your dedicated Project Manager is the first point-of-contact, and will keep you updated on project status with an open line of communication. Together, we’ll get in front of any changes that may arise, with solid solutions:
Industry veteran consultants are ready to assist you at any phase of the process. Harbor’s seasoned advisors, with over a century of combined experience, work directly with counsel and provide advice on strategy, process, and execution. We’ve attended more meet-and-confers than we can count, drafted all manner of legal hold and file retention documentation, interviewed countless employees regarding the location of relevant ESI, and attended numerous court hearings as experts on behalf of our clients.
We’ll help you navigate the process:
We’ve invested tremendous time and resources in developing effective programs to address the needs of our clients. Our trainers are here to help each and every client – whether end users and admins requiring basic knowledge to handle new cases, or to hone their skills with more advanced topics. Our Professional Training covers a broad range of topics on how to efficiently navigate review platforms, use specific analytics features, run Search Term Reports or create Persistent Highlights, and more.
Contact Client Services Manager Ericka to schedule your next session and boost your team!
We deliver four different formats:
Stay ahead of the tech and legal curve with foresight into the future of eDiscovery. Clients don’t need to dig around on their own to find out about the latest news, technologies, version updates, and other releases. Stay ahead of the trend, as we track the pulse of the industry. Attend Harbor’s private (client-only) semi-annual conferences, available by registered appointment only—to see and hear what we think about the latest tech. Meet our partners in the eDiscovery litigation field, as they advise on this “Journey of Innovation.”