Category: Case Studies

Using continuous active learning to efficiently respond to broad DOJ Civil Investigative Demand

Oct 4 2019

A client facing an expansive Civil Investigative Demand from the U.S. Department of Justice turned to eMerge to craft a response strategy that would meet stringent DOJ standards while remaining within tight budgetary limitations.

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Email analysis to support timely data breach response and notification requirements

eMerge analyzed the contents of email mailboxes that may have been accessed during a data breach incident to timely identify whether any personally identifiable information was exposed that may trigger the notice requirements of multiple state and federal agency regulators.

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Litigation readiness assessment and eDiscovery response planning for growing company

Company with growing litigation profile engaged eMerge to assess its current eDiscovery and litigation response plans and processes to identify potential issues and craft an appropriate strategy for managing ESI, including implementing and releasing legal holds.

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Coordination of discovery efforts and compliance with government subpoenas and parallel multi-district, multi-party class action litigation

eMerge helped client identify, preserve, collect, and produce terabytes of data in response to antitrust investigations by multiple state attorneys general and the DOJ, and leveraged the knowledge gained about the client’s systems and data to assist merits counsel with discovery in related class action lawsuits.

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Data remediation for compliance with acquisition deal terms

eMerge client required assistance identifying and removing data relating to competitors from systems and devices of target company to meet the deal terms of acquisition.

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Data stored in Germany needed for multiple US litigation matters

eMerge provided centralized, end-to-end eDiscovery management for a German corporation with global operations involved in multiple federal and state litigations and domestic arbitrations.

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