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 10 discovery centers located in the United States, Europe, and India and capacity in excess of 1,600 review professionals, 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
Update: Eye on Discovery Volume 2 Issue 28: Go Back to School to Learn the Secret of Technology-Assisted Review
As recent case law demonstrates, parties that communicate openly and transparently about technology-assisted review during discovery are more likely to avoid disputes and receive judicial support for the use of this technology.» MORE

Perspective: FTLE Volume 8 Issue 10: E‑Discovery Practice Trends
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Perspective: E-Discovery Practice Trends
The Huron Legal Institute’s “E-Discovery Practice Scenarios: Counseling, Negotiation, and Litigation” analyzed a variety of issues including privilege and privilege logs, employee privacy, and sanctions.» MORE


Texas Perspectives on E-Discovery
Texas Perspectives on E-Discovery covers a variety of topics that lawyers need to be aware of regarding the discovery, authentication, and admissibility of electronically stored information. To purchase, click here.