Deloitte Discovery Case Studies
Real problems, real solutions.
When it comes to the discovery challenges your legal team faces, each unique task should be treated with careful consideration. Our primary objective is to help our clients address the complexities associated with eDiscovery and information governance.
Browse our latest case studies to see the types of challenges and solutions your peers have experienced. Through these real-life scenarios, find out how our discovery team can bring value by helping to reduce risks and manage costs throughout the discovery process.
|Using predictive coding to accelerate the sorting and prioritizing of documents for review
Learn how a client was able to complete review of 780,000 documents on time and within budget using Dynamic Review.
|Global information governance
In this case study, we demonstrate that historic challenges endemic to hard copy record maintenance — over-retention and non-defensible disposition and the related financial and legal impacts — may have evolved to become more manageable.
|Google Cloud collections
Find out how investing time to understand a company’s objectives and infrastructure helped in deploying the appropriate cloud tools to address a complex, time-sensitive project.
|Predictive coding streamlines document review by reducing the number of materials necessary for review
Learn how predictive coding led to a sixty percent reduction in the materials necessary for review, saving the company both time and money.
|Leveraging predictive coding to reduce document review costs and increase efficiency
Find out how a company saved $100,000 and improved review efficiency by leveraging an analytical model that helped to prioritize the responsive documents to be reviewed.
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