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bluesource and DiscoveryLogix Reduce eDiscovery Costs By 30%

bluesource and DiscoveryLogix solve most pressing eDiscovery concerns for enterprises by integrating technology, best practice methodologies and legal expertise

DALLAS, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- bluesource, a global leader in complex data archiving, eDiscovery and archive migrations, and DiscoveryLogix partner to offer comprehensive eDiscovery readiness program.

According to a recent survey of global General Counsel by the eDiscovery Solutions Group the number one eDiscovery issue plaguing large organizations is managing the cost of eDiscovery. This new offering is designed to mitigate costs throughout the data lifecycle.

" bluesource clients look to us to provide best of breed technology infrastructure and implementation services for their eDiscovery projects." said Matthew Edwards, President bluesource, "By partnering with DiscoveryLogix we now have the opportunity to offer legal guidance as an integrated part of our core service. We're pleased to offer the industry's most comprehensive level of governance services as we continue on our mission to reduce the level of effort required for corporations to reach a high level of information governance at an affordable rate."

Key components of the combined service include:

  • Define the requirements of a holistic, defensible litigation electronic discovery (e-Discovery) response and workflow.
  • Design, manage and upgrade, as needed, best of breed technology infrastructure required for eDiscovery
  • Identify gaps and opportunities for improvement in the organizations current e-Discovery Legal Data Lifecycle using the D-Logix discovery readiness process criticality scorecard to score the present state of readiness.
  • Make remedial recommendations in the context of near term tactical, operational and longer term corporate strategic considerations that will help the IT organization achieve a state that will support sustainable e-Discovery capabilities in a fluid and highly complex business and regulatory environment. 
  • Provide an implementation plan, including training, that is minimally disruptive to ongoing IT operational mandates.

"Enhancing the tasks associated with eDiscovery by front loading data classification (proactively classifying data in the enterprise as opposed to reactively doing so) can reduce collection, processing and review costs significantly", explains Richard E. Davis, JD  "This is because there is typically an over collection of data because of insufficiently classified data which results in "data bloat" being propagated into processing and review."

About DiscoveryLogix Counsel

Richard E. Davis, JD.

Richard is the founder of DiscoveryLogix, LLC Richard has over 20 years of technology experience that coalesced with the legal world when he attended the Pace University School of Law while working full time working full time managing the Technical Litigation Support department of a Global 5 law firm. Richard founded DiscoveryLogix, LLC (D-Logix) in to help improve the focus on corporate information governance.  D-Logix leverages technology to resolve litigation, regulatory, information security and data privacy related e-Discovery issues for corporations, law firms and governmental entities. Since founding DiscoveryLogix, Richard has developed unique strategies that have provided cost containment of up to 30% for his clients and has mitigated the risk around a variety of legal data management processes. Richard also developed the first ever New York State, 6 credit CLE course on the technical aspects of e-Discovery, has advised the FTC on discovery management and was the architect of BP's DeepwaterHorizon Preservation and Collection Database.   

Rob Miller, Esq.

Rob is a seasoned corporate lawyer and nationally recognized discovery expert with practical, hands-on experience. Following on the heels of his unique experience as BP's Discovery Counsel, Rob founded Rise Advisory Group, LLC to advise clients how to effectively manage risk associated with preservation, discovery, information governance, and crisis response. While at BP, Rob was responsible for the development and oversight of preservation and discovery practices for the company, including notable events such as Deepwater Horizon, Texas City, and Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Rob also served as the company's discovery subject matter expert for depositions, provided strategic counsel to the trial teams, and oversaw the BP Discovery Team, which is responsible for educating, monitoring, executing, and improving the company's discovery policies. In addition, Rob served as the BP legal department's liaison to the information technology group to ensure functional alignment, risk avoidance, and continual improvement. Due to the international nature of his work, Rob has extensive experience in cross-border discovery and navigating the logistical, cultural, and legal challenges associated therewith. Prior to joining BP, Rob was an executive for a top-tier e-discovery company and began his legal career as a commercial litigator for a prestigious Houston litigation firm. Rob is a member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 1 and served on the Civil Justice Reform Group's E-Discovery Subcommittee.
www.discoverylogix.com ; contact [email protected]

About bluesource

As a Symantec® Platinum Partner bluesource provides the best-in-class technologies and best-practices expertise in IT infrastructure, enterprise messaging, data archiving, and archive data migration services for the world's leading organizations. 

bluesource is proud to have been the first-ever consulting partner for the Symantec® Enterprise Vault product line. It's an eleven-year relationship that continues to position us as one of the world's leading providers of EV consulting, enterprise application support, training and managed services.

bluesource has offices across North America and London.

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781-354-1755

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