High tech solutions for the large volumes of digital evidence are not purchased. They are learned.
Threshold is invested heavily in both the technology and skills necessary to overcome all the challenges that litigants face with contemporary Electronic Discovery.
We maintain proficiency with Best-in-Breed artificial intelligence and machine learning tools that replicate the insight of a first-chair lawyer over and over again across thousands or millions of documents.
The accuracy and efficiency we bring to this process is unparalleled. In the following use cases, Threshold Discovery makes extensive use of state-of-the-art workflows leveraged by Artificial Intelligence software.
CASE USE #1:
With discovery deadlines and a series of case-critical fact witness depositions approaching, a very large volume of discovery production received from the adverse party remained unreviewed.
Threshold Discovery is retained to quickly identify the most important, case-critical documents and to prioritize the most important documents for upcoming fact-witness depositions. Additional grounds for the adverse party’s liability is identified and developed, prompting a favorable settlement six-weeks prior to pre-trial conference.
CASE USE #2:
The Client’s Expert Witnesses are being challenged by a week-long Daubert hearing. Each expert’s opinions are grounded in many thousands of technical documents detailing the audit history of a closely-held corporation’s financial condition and the likely market value of a new product that has been developed.
Threshold Discovery is retained to quickly search for and identify key documents that reinforce each expert’s opinions, and to organize them by issues set up by the expert witnesses themselves. During a week-long bench trial, the experts testify flawlessly on cross-examination, with all of their supporting documentation at their fingertips. All of their opinions are found to satisfy the Daubert standard and are ruled admissible at trial.
CASE USE #3:
A foreign entity disputes personal jurisdiction in a specific state, and files a dispositive motion to dismiss on lack of jurisdiction. A substantive response is due in 10 calendar days.
Threshold Discovery is retained to extract all facts consistent with personal jurisdiction from a produced data set, and summarize them in a format understandable to the Court. Without asking for an enlargement of time, a response is filed with a comprehensive appendix documenting all of the jurisdictional contacts with the forum state. The Motion is dismissed and the case proceeds on the merits.