FirstCull Solutions

Solutions for Using FirstCull...

FirstCull is used for:

  1. EARLY CASE ASSESSMENT & EARLY CASE DETECTION
  2. PRE-DISCOVERY
  3. INFORMATION ASSET ASSESSMENT
  4. CULLING, CULL PREPARATION, PRE-CULLING AND PRE-REVIEW
  5. DE-NISTING
  6. LITIGATION HOLD
  7. EDISCOVERY AND LITIGATION SUPPORT
  8. EDISCOVERY SERVICES
  9. FORENSICS
  10. ESI (ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION)
  11. EED (ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE DISCOVERY)
  12. EDISCOVERY E-MAIL REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT
  13. MEET AND CONFER
  14. LITIGATION READINESS
  15. COMPLIANCE AND REGULATORY READINESS
  16. LEGAL READINESS
  17. INFORMATION RISK ASSESSMENT
  18. REASONABLY ACCESSIBLE
  19. NATIVE DISCOVERY
  20. METADATA PRESERVATION
  21. NATIVE FILE FORMAT
  22. EDISCOVERY TOOLS
  23. INITIAL EDISCOVERY REVIEW
  24. EDRM
  25. DUPLICATION DETECTION

 


EARLY CASE ASSESSMENT & EARLY CASE DETECTION:
Understand the makeup of your discovery assets. Before loading information to a discovery content manager, run FirstCull to analyze what information is there and make decisions on how you may need to load it, process it and use it. Before producing information to a requesting party, understand what you are producing out, assess the makeup of the files and know your digital inventory.


PRE-DISCOVERY:

Before looking at the substantive content of files in the discovery process, assess your digital assets and know what makes them up. Know how to tackle your data with the rights tools.


INFORMATION ASSET ASSESSMENT:
Review all key aspects of individual files, various file types, directories and special files.


CULLING, CULL PREPARATION, PRE-CULLING AND PRE-REVIEW:
Sort through file types, formats, identify e-mail and other load file types and prepare information for load into a discovery content manager.


DE-NISTING:
Remove executable and other system file types not to be used or loaded into discovery manager and not to be used during the substantive review process of discovery.


LITIGATION HOLD:
Helps identify what needs to be retained and what can be eliminated.


EDISCOVERY AND LITIGATION SUPPORT:
As new data comes in, process, analyze and assess it before it gets loaded to a discovery content manager or used.


EDISCOVERY SERVICES:
Prepare data sets for eDiscovery production and/or review.


FORENSICS:
Analyze and assess what files and directories need to be produced or received.


ESI (ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION):
Review and manage ESI.


EED (ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE DISCOVERY):
Review and manage EED.


EDISCOVERY E-MAIL REVIEW AND ASSESSMENT:
Discover .PST and Lotus NSF e-mail container files in large data sets. Unveil the number of messages and attachments they contain and be armed with the knowledge how to handle them.


MEET AND CONFER:
Know your information assets, what to request or produce and how to handle the information.


LITIGATION READINESS:
Stay vigilant with an overview of your information assets.


COMPLIANCE AND REGULATORY READINESS:
Stay vigilant with an overview of your information assets.


LEGAL READINESS:
Stay vigilant with an overview of your information assets.


INFORMATION RISK ASSESSMENT:
Understand your information assets at all times.


REASONABLY ACCESSIBLE:
Make information easy to access and accessible. Cut down on production costs and review costs.


NATIVE DISCOVERY:
Discovery information natively without stripping metadata or file conversion.


METADATA PRESERVATION:
Preserve metadata and assess information organically and feely.


NATIVE FILE FORMAT:
Analyze information in its native form.


EDISCOVERY TOOLS:
Add to your eDiscovery toolkit.


INITIAL EDISCOVERY REVIEW:
Use as the first line of defense or attack in the discovery process.


EDRM:
Electronic data retention management.


DUPLICATION DETECTION:
Detect file duplication leading to dedupe operations.