Case Study  |  May 01, 2019

DOJ Second Request

Two waste disposal companies were engaged in a $5 billion deal involving a DOJ Second Request, encompassing more than 20 Terabytes of data across both databases and 25 million documents.

Cimplifi was awarded data processing/hosting as well as review for both parties. RelativityOne and our on-premise instance of Relativity were leveraged to run the data side, with an around-the-clock effort by our project management teams and a review that spanned across 3 cities. We received and processed more than 20 Terabytes of data across both databases, ultimately hosting 25 million documents and producing more than 10 million.

We ran Predictive Coding/Technology-Assisted Review workflows, as approved by the DOJ, through Brainspace for both clients and secured 300 document review attorneys to review the remaining data for privilege and issues.

In what we believe to be an industry first, the DOJ approved our unique email threading workflow, which we utilized to produce only the most inclusive emails. We utilized our proprietary CI Tools to assist with redaction and the privilege log.

Ultimately, we met our substantial compliance deadlines, making this endeavor a huge success for our clients.

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