Avoid the spiraling cost and increased complexity of discovery. Huron’s strategic advice and resources help organizations manage discovery challenges. We ease organizations’ burdens associated with discovery by helping to reduce litigation costs while giving the legal team a distinct competitive advantage in each matter.

We provide services that address every phase of e-discovery — collection through production — and experienced project managers to oversee all of these activities. With a dedicated data analytics center and discovery centers located in the United States, Europe, and India our team has the ability to scale quickly to handle any project in a timely, cost-effective manner.

Huron is not a law firm; it does not offer, and is not authorized to provide, legal advice or counseling in any jurisdiction.

Discovery INSIGHTS
Perspective: The Disclosure Iceberg
Huron Legal’s Jonathan Maas discusses the factors underlying e-disclosure costs in Litigation Funding magazine. » MORE

Update: Eye on Discovery Volume 3 Issue 17: The “C”-rets of Success to Making Joint Defense Groups Work in Complex E-Discovery
Parties in multidistrict litigation and class actions often consider the benefits of collaboration as part of a joint defense group, particularly when it comes to sharing the burdens and expense of e-discovery. These groups can drastically reduce the costs of discovery in these document-intensive matters, but only when they choose the right review platform and workflow. Managing these discovery projects can become a complex chore laden with minefields, so parties should ensure their e-discovery vendor and review tools are up to the task.» MORE

Case Study: Case Study: HSR Second Request Healthcare Industry
Huron Legal provided comprehensive, end-to-end support in connection with a Second Request relating to a hospital system’s major acquisition.» MORE

Josh Hogue

Josh Hogue

Managing Director

Bob Rowe

Robert D. Rowe

Executive Vice President

Jamie Berry

Jamie Berry

Managing Director

Where is data analytics currently being applied in your organization
Huron Legal Survey Finds Majority of Legal Technology Professionals Expect Investment in Legal Data Analytics to Increase in Next Two Years » MORE