Among the first plaintiffs’ firms in the country to assemble and train a dedicated team to meet the e-discovery demands of complex litigation, Milberg LLP, developed exceptional e-discovery capabilities among U.S. law firms. Established more than 15 years ago, that e-discovery practice has grown extensively and today Milberg Phillips Grossman LLP offers clients the ability to go toe-to-toe with adversaries in the fast-evolving e-discovery climate. This multidisciplinary group offers clients a full array of counsel services relating to discovery strategy, data preservation, data collection and storage, sophisticated data search and analysis, production, and computer forensic investigation, as well as training on e-discovery issues, including application of the recent amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, local rules, and state law.

As one of the most respected e-discovery law firms, We were Chair Emeritus and an active member of The Sedona Conference® Steering Committee for Working Group I on Electronic Document Retention and Production, the preeminent “think tank” on e‑discovery. We have also served on the Advisory Boards of Georgetown University Law Center’s Advanced E-Discovery Institute and Cardozo’s Data Law Initiative (for which we recently completed our service as the Executive Director).

The Firm works with a variety of service providers to offer effective and cost-efficient discovery solutions. The Firm often works with Meta-e to offer clients one of the most advanced e-discovery document review tools on the market, Relativity™. Relativity™ combines traditional review capabilities with advanced search and coding options to improve document discovery review efficiency and accuracy. Adding to that functionality, Relativity Analytics™ are available to group related documents and data, apply a statistically valid subset of coding across an entire database, and search in English across documents written in other languages.

With access to these unique resources, the Firm can meet even the largest and most complex challenges involving electronically stored information, and provide the counsel required to navigate the legal issues from the simplest to the most complex.