Government Litigation Support

In many ways, the government is behind private corporations as far as technology goes, yet governmental bodies are still bound by the same standards of eDiscovery as the private sector. Although a blind eye has been turned to this in former years, the recent Presidential Mandate regarding records management is setting forth new requirements for electronic data preservation and management.

TERIS provides the litigation support services needed to ensure compliance with these expectations. Governmental agencies are obliged to produce data according to the Freedom of Information Act, yet doing so efficiently is challenging across multiple divisions and IT systems. TERIS has the adaptability needed to translate data from one system to the next, whether using native files or different technologies.

A centralized approach toward records management within any governmental body requires extensive evaluation, workflow restructuring, and appropriate tools to ensure searchability and defensibility. The litigation and electronic discovery services available through TERIS are designed to meet these goals in the most cost-efficient methods possible. The government has been slow in catching up with current methodologies for data management, and the necessary overhaul at this point may seem cost-prohibitive. However, implementing a proactive approach to documentation management will save time in the present and money in the long run.

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February 2020

TERIS featured on panel Getting “IT” Right: Practical Tips to Manage E-Discovery In Federal Courts at the District of Arizona...

December 2018

TERIS, a leading national eDiscovery provider, welcomes Richard Brosemer, Esq. as Sr. Discovery Consultant. Operating out of Saint Louis, the...

Recent Case Studies

November 2018

A large national healthcare management company with 46,000 employees and more than 30 locations nationwide came to TERIS requesting document...

September 2018

In its investigation of a large Internet commerce company, a state Attorney General’s office requested a search of 5,000,000 emails....

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March 2023

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February 2023

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