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What is a Litigation Database?

For every litigation, there is a significant document population that needs to be reviewed for privilege and relevance. Access to the right documents to help craft interrogatories, requests for production, deposition questions, motions, and exhibits, is of paramount importance. The sheer volume of documents makes it difficult for lawyers to find the right evidence at the right time. Immediate retrieval of particular documents can spell the difference between winning and losing a case. Here is where the Litigation Database comes in.

The Litigation Database is a bibliographic database of all the documents in a case, be they paper or computer files. The database is the perfect tool to organize and manage the document population. It enables you to get your arms around the key documents quickly so that you spend less time finding them and more time using them.

If you are preparing requests for admission, interrogatories, or requests for production, the database will enable you to search for documents that will guide you in posing your questions.

When you ask your paralegal for all the documents authored or received by your next deponent, you will have those documents and only those documents, in chronological order, on your desktop in minutes, not days or weeks.

If you are writing a motion, the database will assist you in finding the best documents to support your arguments.

When opposing counsel brings up a new issue at trial, you can use the database to quickly find the documents you need to address the issue.

These are just some of the ways a litigation database can help you manage your documents, and your case, more effectively.

So the next time litigation is imminent and you need a litigation database, call us. We look forward to having you as one of our clients.