DOCUMENT REVIEW

Document review is the process whereby each party to a case sorts through and analyzes the documents and data they possess (and later the documents and data supplied by their opponents through discovery) to determine which are sensitive or otherwise relevant to the case.

Because of both the labor-intensive nature of such review and the complexity of technical documents, having attorneys alone review millions of documents is seldom the most fruitful and rarely cost-effective.

Copperpod's engineering team can help corporations increase the technical accuracy and reduce legal costs associated with document reviews. Our team works seamlessly with the outside counsel and the in-house counsel to not only tag documents according to whether they are responsive to the case but also identify the key evidence as early in the case as possible.

Our document review analysts are well versed with most document review platforms like Relativity, CS Disco and Concordance.

We have leveraged our document review capabilities to help clients achieve success in several high-tech cases covering:

  • Enterprise Software

  • IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ad WLAN

  • 2G/3G/4G Telecommunications

  • Android/iOS/Symbian Mobile Operating Systems

  • UNIX/Linux/Windows/MacOS Operating Systems

  • Embedded Systems

  • Web Browsers and Applications

  • Data Compression

  • Content Management Systems

  • Video Surveillance Systems

  • Image Processing

E-Discovery and The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

Litigation involves discovery, the process of obtaining and exchanging evidence, or information that might potentially become evidence. Parties are bound to the legal procedure of information and evidence exchange with one another in state and federal courts. While it is primarily described in the context of litigation, the discovery process is essential to many other areas of investigations, arbitrations, and other forms of dispute resolution.

The Federal Rules For Choosing An Expert Witness In Patent Litigation

Patent litigation in the US often involves expert witnesses playing the central role and function of a person of (ordinary) skill in the art (POSITA or PSITA). The expert witnesses assist the court with the professional or technical matters arising in a case where they testify about the complex and technical subject matter involved in the case that is litigated to provide the relevant and necessary information, and opinions as to such matters on account of their skill, technical training, or familiarity with it.