Computer Forensic and eDiscovery Services
CPA, Partner, CohnReznick Advisory Group - National Director, Restructuring and Litigation Advisory
CPA, JD, CIRA, CFF, Partner, Restructuring and Litigation Advisory
CPA, CIRA, CFF, Director, Restructuring and Litigation Advisory
Companies involved in a litigation or investigative matter must often supply attorneys and expert advisors with access to critical data for the case. The process can involve the need for the rapid collection and analysis of large amounts of data coming from multiple, unrelated sources. Identifying, collecting, and sharing this data with attorneys and experts can become a daunting task.
CohnReznick provides a range of computer forensic and eDiscovery services to help attorneys and general counsel more effectively manage the discovery process.
Managed by a former law enforcement professional, CohnReznick operates a secure computer forensics lab that helps attorneys collect and utilize digital evidence for a wide variety of cases. These include civil and criminal network incident response investigations, distributed denial of service (DDOS) attacks, corporate espionage, theft, fraud, and employee disputes.
Using a targeted collection process designed for speed and efficiency, CohnReznick can streamline the eDiscovery process by
focusing only the most relevant information for a case. This process typically reduces total cost and review time. We also provide clients with a highly secure, searchable, and remotely accessible review platform for the analysis of evidence. Our services include:
- Legal hold, data preservation and collection
- Early information assessment
- Early case assessment
- ESI processing
- Data searching, mapping and analytics
- Data hosting, processing and reporting
- Document management and review
- Compliance management
- Expert testimony
- Penetration/intrusion testing
- Break Through the Barrage of Data with eDiscovery
- Bill Monks and Vinni Toppi on "Tips For Managing Corporate Investigations Post-Yates Memo" | Law360
- Information Governance: Key to eDiscovery Readiness