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Transform Your Litigation Management Strategy with Relational Expertise

The world of litigation is a puzzle, often characterized by endless deadlines, mountainous volumes of data, and ever-evolving regulatory landscapes. These complexities can overshadow your strategic focus, trapping you in a web of mundane tasks and inefficiencies. This is where TCDI steps in.

Imagine a partner that not only understands the ins and outs of your litigation processes but also the unique rhythm and requirements of your operations. Imagine a system designed to turn the chaos of vast data into meaningful insights, a tool that weaves a thread through your disparate data points, revealing a clear, comprehensive picture of your case. This is what we bring to the table with CVLynx.

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Client Voices: Experiencing the TCDI Difference

When it comes to litigation management, our clients’ experiences speak louder than any claim we could make. Corporate entities and outside counsel share with us the transformative changes CVLynx has brought to their litigation management process.

Here’s what they’re saying about their experience with TCDI:

Tailored Litigation Management Services

  • Data / Document Intake

    Efficiently cataloging your vital case materials for easy, centralized access and organization.

  • Data Mapping and Migration

    Streamlining the process of moving your data safely and accurately across systems.

  • Data Hosting

    Providing secure, scalable, and reliable data storage solutions to safeguard your important case information.

  • Data Coding and Unitization

    Accurately segmenting and categorizing your data for optimized searchability and analysis.

  • Online Fact Sheet Submission & Data Mining

    Utilizing advanced techniques to extract valuable insights from your data submissions.

  • Custom System Design

    Tailoring our platform to match your unique litigation process requirements.

  • Third-Party System Interfaces & Intake

    Integrate CVLynx with external systems for seamless data intake and collaboration.

  • Project Management

    Benefit from expert oversight to keep your litigation projects on track and efficient.

  • Report Customization

    Generate customized reports for clear, insightful, and actionable litigation data analysis.

  • User Training and Support

    Empowering your team through extensive training and constant, reliable support.

Your Success is Our Success

Integrated Platform Streamlines Legal Operations

A large manufacturing company was facing considerable challenges due to its eDiscovery review platform. The system’s inability to efficiently manage a variety of relational documents and data necessary for complex litigation processes caused severe inefficiencies.

As the data resided across multiple platforms and tools, teams struggled to collaborate effectively and develop a comprehensive strategy, leading to redundancy, inaccurate data, and unnecessary expense.

Fortune 500 Company Eliminates Redundancy, Decreasing Regulatory Affair Costs

A Fortune 500 company found itself in a predicament when dealing with a multitude of documents that needed to be reviewed in a secure environment and submitted to the FDA for regulatory compliance.

The company’s current process, involving manual literature searches, various internal databases, and redundant data storage, was proving to be unsustainable and inefficient. Hours of labor were dedicated to retrieving research across disparate document sources and public literature, making it difficult for the client to keep up with the demanding tasks.

AM200 Law Firm Achieves 50% Decrease in Coding Costs

A law firm was grappling with consistent errors in the unitization and coding for pleadings, transcripts, and exhibits, leading to significant financial and time costs as they corrected vendor mistakes.

They had very specific needs for unitization and coding, which no available tool in the market could satisfy. These documents required timely and accurate processing for attorneys to access necessary resources promptly, build a sound defense, and maintain client satisfaction.

Meet the Minds Behind the Tech

David York

As the Managing Director of Litigation Services at TCDI, Dave supervises the team handling eDiscovery, litigation management, incident response, investigations, and special data projects.

Nancy Johnson

Working with TCDI since 2003, Nancy’s primary focus is overseeing and managing large-scale litigation management projects and new project implementations, with an emphasis on solutions-driven approaches.

Dave Martyn

With nearly 20 years of experience at TCDI, Dave helps generate and apply creative innovations in the pursuit of efficiency, performance gains, and intuitive solutions in technology for its clients.

Driving Success Across Sectors

Each sector grapples with its unique challenges when it comes to litigation management. From navigating intricate data privacy regulations and managing vast, complex data sets, to staying abreast of evolving compliance standards and ensuring seamless multi-party collaboration, our three-decade journey has equipped us with a comprehensive understanding of the landscape.

Armed with this rich experience, we stand poised to offer tailored solutions that address and overcome these challenges for a the following sectors and beyond:

Litigation Management FAQ

Litigation management refers to the strategic coordination of all aspects of the litigation process to optimize outcomes, minimize risks, and control costs. In corporate legal settings, it involves: case assessment, planning and strategy, coordination of resources, budget, document, discovery, and risk management, communication, negotiation and resolution, and post-litigation review.

It uses legal project management tools and technology for efficiency and real-time insights. The goal is to handle litigation matters in the most efficient and strategic way possible, aligning with both legal and business objectives.

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Litigation management and eDiscovery are both integral parts of the litigation process, but they serve different functions and focus on different aspects.

Litigation management is the overarching process of overseeing and coordinating all aspects of litigation, from the initial case assessment, strategy development, and resource coordination, through to resolution and post-litigation review. It’s about managing the entire litigation process in a way that’s strategic, cost-effective, and aligned with the broader legal and business goals of an organization.

On the other hand, eDiscovery is a specific part of the litigation process, falling under the broader umbrella of litigation management. eDiscovery involves the identification, collection, processing, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI) in response to a litigation matter, regulatory inquiry, or investigation. eDiscovery has become a critical aspect of the legal process due to the increasing volume of digital data involved in legal matters.

Yes, you can use your eDiscovery platform as part of your litigation management process, but it isn’t a complete solution. While eDiscovery tools manage electronically stored information during discovery, litigation management encompasses broader tasks like case assessment, strategy development, budgeting, and resource coordination. Thus, you’ll likely need additional tools or a comprehensive litigation management platform that includes eDiscovery capabilities for full-scale litigation management.

Litigation management becomes particularly important in several scenarios, including but not limited to:

  1. Multiple Litigations: When a company faces numerous litigation matters simultaneously, effective litigation management ensures that each case is appropriately handled, resources are efficiently allocated, and overarching risks and costs are controlled.
  2. Complex Litigation: In cases involving complex legal issues, multiple parties, large volumes of documents, or significant amounts at stake, litigation management can help streamline the process and strategically drive the case towards resolution.
  3. Class Actions: Class action suits involve many plaintiffs, which can significantly increase the complexity and potential liability. Litigation management in these situations can help in coordinating defense strategies and managing the higher volumes of information.
  4. Cross-border Litigation: When legal matters involve different jurisdictions, understanding and complying with different legal systems, rules, and cultural contexts becomes critical, and litigation management can help navigate these complexities.
  5. High-stake Litigation: For cases where potential financial or reputational risks are high, having a strong litigation management process can ensure the case is handled strategically, with an eye towards risk mitigation.
  6. Regulatory or Compliance Cases: For cases involving government agencies or regulatory bodies, effective litigation management can help coordinate responses, comply with different rules and regulations, and manage interactions with regulators.

Remember, even relatively straightforward litigation can benefit from effective litigation management. It allows for strategic planning, clear communication, effective resource allocation, and cost and risk management, leading to better outcomes.

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36 years and counting. We must be doing something right.

It’s a lot easier to say than to do: Assemble the right mix of tech geeks, data nerds, flexible lawyers, Lean Six Sigma ninjas, and creative solution architects. Choose only people who are obsessed with client service and committed to being the best team they can be. Build systems that ensure high quality by design. Then stand back and let that team deliver an unmatched client experience at cost-effective, predictable prices.

Sure, it takes a bit of doing, but it’s worth it. And once you get used to working this way, nothing else will really do.