Tysons, VA – December 5, 2018 – Casepoint LLC, a leader in providing innovative eDiscovery solutions in a single, cloud-based platform, today announced that it has successfully migrated 10 terabytes of litigation data to Casepoint’s eDiscovery cloud for Robbins, Russell, Englert, Orseck, Untereiner & Sauber LLP (“Robbins Russell”). Robbins Russell is a Washington, DC-based high-stakes litigation law firm that represents Fortune 500 companies, financial institutions and technology companies, among other clients.
Robbins Russell moved to a new office location in October and has limited space for on-premise technology infrastructure. Due to the unique requirements of the firm’s practice areas, they must securely store and maintain additional data even when it is not under review. The migration enables them to have direct access to loose files over the Internet while maintaining highly secure and defensible file-sharing protocols.
“Casepoint’s DNA has always been to take security very seriously and our infrastructure is designed to meet the security requirements of even the most demanding clients,” says Sundhar Rajan, Casepoint’s Chief Information Security Officer. “Once we took custody of Robbins Russell’s data, our operations team was able to move it quickly, smoothly and securely using advanced, automated migration tools.”
The migration – which involved moving both structured and unstructured data from physical storage media, including legacy Concordance databases, and data ingestion via cloud – was completed in just two weeks from start to finish, without disruption of any ongoing reviews or activities. The move to Casepoint was carefully planned to coincide with improved internal processes at Robbins Russell and was executed seamlessly as part of a series of infrastructure upgrades. The migration has allowed the firm to dramatically reduce its IT infrastructure costs, manage higher volumes of work with existing staff and streamline discovery-related workflows.
“Selecting Casepoint to consolidate our eDiscovery technology infrastructure firm-wide in a secure cloud environment made a lot of sense from a cost and efficiency perspective, and their successful completion of the migration in two weeks only validated that decision,” said Dana Wesley Sarti, Litigation Support Coordinator at Robbins Russell. “Casepoint’s highly scalable platform is built to meet tight deadlines for secure data ingestion, and their amazing support team has been very proactive in anticipating and responding to our needs.”
As a company that focuses on continuous innovation, the Casepoint platform has introduced a number of industry “firsts” over the years. It was the first comprehensive platform to seamlessly integrate every phase of discovery. It was also the first with analytics, AI and TAR capabilities seamlessly built into its advanced cloud-based architecture. Already the fastest platform in the industry, Casepoint has doubled its speed and is leaping ahead of its own innovation with features like native cloud architecture, built-in AI for early case assessment and review, auto-provisioning, auto-scaling, and web API architecture.
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Casepoint is a technology company focused on the digital transformation of litigation discovery. Casepoint’s cloud-based eDiscovery platform removes significant barriers from the discovery process, enabling legal teams to focus on the art of litigation. Features of Casepoint include a full-strength review platform with artificial intelligence pre-installed, cloud analytics and collections, and robust data processing capabilities all in a single technology platform. Based in the United States and with offices in three continents, Casepoint is repeatedly chosen by leading law firms, multinational corporations, and public sector clients for their largest, end-to-end discovery needs. Casepoint is smarter eDiscovery.
About Robbins Russell
Robbins Russell was founded in 2001 by four partners from the Washington office of Mayer Brown and a veteran of the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division. They sought to build a firm focused solely on litigation—one with the breadth and depth of experience to stand against any firm in the nation but of a size that fosters collegiality and flexibility. Seventeen years later, that firm now numbers roughly thirty-five lawyers—and they count among their ranks former partners from firms such as Fried Frank and Williams & Connolly, and veterans of numerous Justice Department divisions, including the Office of the Solicitor General, the Criminal Division, the Civil Division, and U.S. Attorneys’ offices. The firm handles a wide variety of litigation matters in state and federal courts across the country—in trial courts, appellate courts, bankruptcy courts, and the U.S. Supreme Court.