The essential goal of litigation support is to organize,
analyze, and present case materials through computer systems. There
are three primary ways that litigation support is used: One is in
conducting courtroom presentations. Second is management
and analysis of paper documents and their electronic equivalents. The
third is the identification, collection, preservation, processing,
review, analysis and production of electronically stored information (ESI).
Litigation support is the marriage of project management and technology. We
believe that while every district is different and every case is unique, there
are certain standards to follow in order to ensure that the data involved in
a case is handled in a cost effective and time efficient manner allowing for
good organization, easy retrieval and effective client representation.
Attorneys are often faced with the challenge of limited resources and staffing.
Litigation support technology can help to make up that deficit by allowing data
to be intelligently collected, processed, organized, reviewed, analyzed and presented.
While there may not be a single piece of technology to address all the challenges you
face, the MDFS Team can help you to navigate through the process of evaluating your
choices and in deciding what solutions best meet the needs of your case.
We know that you have a choice, and we appreciate the opportunity to work
with you. Regardless of your decision, we wish you well with your issue,
and please be assured that you may always call us at (818) 850-0354 with
any questions or concerns.