Case Study: Australian Construction Company
eDiscovery services support Australian construction company facing lawsuit
Remember when you could prepare documentation yourself?
A company being sued by a private developer had to navigate today’s complicated eDiscovery landscape. Experienced help and project management was urgently needed — at a price it could afford.
The entire project was handled in-house by a dedicated team. Over 2 million documents were collected, culled, and processed for review without disrupting day-to-day business operations.
The Full Story
Finding yourself in the thick of a lawsuit can be unsettling. You know you need expert help, but the cost can be intimidating.
A major Australian construction company found itself with no option but to walk away from a job, citing the developer’s inability to pay. In return, it was sued to recover costs and delays.
Anticipating that legal action, the company had held on to documents that might be relevant. Even so, the scope of what was required was not within its reach.
Three eDiscovery providers had already been considered and rejected — one based solely on price — when LDM Global was contacted. The ability to manage the entire project in-house yielded significant cost relief. Responsiveness, breadth of service, and international resources offered much-needed reassurance.
A dedicated team was put in place to foster consistency and offer litigation support. Minimal impact on the company’s day-to-day business operation was prioritized, and suggestions for cost containment were presented at each stage.
Over 2 million records were collected, culled, and processed for review — including collaborative databases that required customized programming.
LDM Global’s flexibility and data security practices saved countless hours and hundreds of thousands of dollars. When the project was complete, costs remained within 10% of the original proposal.
Priceless assistance — at a cost you can afford.
“The ability to manage the entire project through LDM Global provided expert project management and yielded significant cost relief.”