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TLS forensic data technologists are based around the world and can complete the most demanding and sensitive assignments with the highest level of technical expertise.
& Early Data Assessment
Digital Reef is the world’s fastest e-discovery engine capable of processing up to 17 TB per day. TLS is a Relativity “Best in Service” provider, and our hosting team is made up of certified PMs and battle-tested support personnel.
Managed Review & Legal Staffing
With TLS managed review facilities in major markets around the world, we handle review engagements of any size, scope, and subject—including large volume and multi-language reviews—anywhere in the world.
TLS translates more legal documents than any other company worldwide. Our proven record shows a long-standing commitment to quality, speed, and subject-area expertise for international litigation.
TLS supports the full trial process from planning through execution, including vetting and scheduling court reporters, formulating presentation strategy, preparing electronic exhibits, and assembling video clips and transcripts for trial use.
We’ve built a network of reprographic support locations in major markets around the world, allowing us to off¬er expedited service and enhanced logistics for pick-up and delivery.
To earn the trust of our clients by providing dependable, predictable,
and exceptional legal support services – anywhere in the world.
From Our Experts...
Collection Strategies for Digital Forensics and E-Discovery
Chicago Lawyer Magazine
By Andrew Neal
Court Reporting: Bigger is Not Necessarily Better
By Stewart Edison
Ethical Considerations in E-Discovery
By John Meagher
Mitigating Risk in Foreign Patent Filings
By Eric Elting
Reducing Review Costs through Effective Data Filtering
By Matthew Felten
The Cost of Privacy: Riley V. California's Impact on Cell Phone Searches
By Jennifer L. Moore, Jonathan Langton, and Joseph Pochron
The Dangers of Self-Collection
By Gary Hunt
Use It Or Lose It: How to Get the Most Out of Analytics
By Katharine Perekslis