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eDiscovery & Information Governance

The way you manage litigation has to change. We're ready to help.

Do away with painful discovery

The discovery process is the first step in all litigation, but associated cost and time are untenable. Exigent believes the best approach is to avoid litigation altogether by practicing constant, strong information governance. In the case that discovery is required, we provide the smart technology and resources to conduct the process with speed and ease. Your business benefits. So do your clients.

Information governance is vital

From risk reduction to outpacing the other side, better information governance protects your firm or organization and helps you deliver for your clients. We help you establish a policy that allows you to follow best practices —from content creation through to archiving.

“We have taken our project management and Lean Sigma workflows, and married them with Exigent to offer innovative, cost-effective eDiscovery results.”

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750,000

Documents reviewed

533

%

Team up-scale within 5 days

98

%

Document review accuracy

Your Success is Ours. We Provide it in Three Ways.

Inventive talent that allows you to focus on higher value tasks

Exigent’s skilled legal professionals offer the information governance and eDiscovery support you require in order to refocus on strategic imperatives.

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Intelligent commercial thinking to solve business challenges

A sound information governance policy is your best protection against the risks associated with litigation and the discovery process.

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Smart application of technology to outpace your opposition

Exigent uses the best AI in the market to ensure only case-relevant information is reviewed and information is properly located and prioritized.

Through this arrangement, we now have a complete end-to-end solution for our clients, both across the United States and abroad.

Stephanie “Tess” Blair

Founder and leader of Morgan Lewis' eData practice, Morgan Lewis