Elijah Technologies, Ltd., a firm specializing in computer forensic investigations, electronic discovery and litigation support that is ranked in the top twenty nationally in e-discovery processing capacity, today announced the opening of its new Grand Rapids, Michigan facility. In addition to its computer forensic investigative and e-discovery services, the Grand Rapids office will offer document imaging, trial technology consulting, backup tape restoration and a complement of litigation support solutions.
Elijah Technologies president Andrew Reisman noted the firm’s expanding local client base as the driving force for opening a Grand Rapids facility. “For years Elijah has been providing expert services in computer forensics and litigation support to leading law firms and companies in Grand Rapids and throughout Michigan,” stated Reisman, “and establishing a local facility will allow us to provide an even higher level of service to new and existing clients.”
This move comes amid several other recent developments for Elijah Technologies, including forming a strategic alliance with Orlando-based litigation support provider LITIGEX, launching an in-house e-discovery hosting solution, being named an accredited provider of Continuing Legal Education in Illinois, having been ranked in the top twenty companies nationally in electronic discovery processing capacity by the 2006 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey, and opening a Milwaukee office. “Elijah continues to be committed to aggressive growth driven by the needs of our clients, and we anticipate many other exciting developments in 2007 and beyond,” Reisman said.
About Elijah Technologies
Elijah Technologies specializes in computer forensic investigations, electronic discovery and litigation support services, which it provides to many of the nation’s largest law firms and several Fortune 500 companies. For more information, contact Elijah Technologies at 866-354-5240 x101, http://www.findevidence.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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