Tag: eDiscovery

ELIJAH and Protek Announce Strategic Alliance

ELIJAH and Protek have formalized a strategic alliance enabling each company to offer an expanded suite of electronic discovery hosting and investigative services to their clients. Chicago headquartered ELIJAH Ltd. and Clarendon Hills headquartered Protek International Inc. are pleased to announce a strategic alliance that expands the investigative and electronic discovery services offered by each company. Through ELIJAH, Protek will provide its clients with e-discovery hosting services, which include multiple industry leading platforms and a 24/7 team of experienced project managers and technical personnel. Through Protek, ELIJAH will offer clients traditional investigative services beyond the scope of ELIJAH’s current computer forensics offering, led by a highly-awarded veteran of 27 years in the FBI with significant high profile investigative expertise. ELIJAH and Protek similarly intend to increase knowledge-sharing and cooperation in computer forensic and e-discovery areas in which the companies’ services overlap. “We hold the Protek management team in high esteem,… Read more »


ELIJAH Ltd. Announces Expanded Michigan Operations

ELIJAH Adds Key Personnel and Expanded Facility in Grand Rapids, Michigan ELIJAH, an industry leader in electronic discovery and computer forensic solutions, has significantly expanded its operations in Michigan. ELIJAH’s new Grand Rapids operations center includes over ten times the space of its previous facility, and now includes a dedicated forensics lab and upgraded connectivity to ELIJAH’s data hosting platforms. A group of four established industry experts recently joined ELIJAH’s existing Michigan operations, furthering ELIJAH’s commitment to the Michigan marketplace. “Elijah is celebrating its tenth anniversary in business this month, and we are thrilled to be able to offer the highest level of local expertise to our Michigan client base,” stated Elijah’s president Andrew Reisman. “We are excited to offer our unique suite of proprietary technologies throughout Michigan that boost litigation efficiency, helping our clients reduce expenses, increase profitability and streamline the discovery process. In addition to traditional data preservation,… Read more »


ELIJAH Ltd. Announces Enhanced IQ-ESI Managed Services Offering

ELIJAH’s IQ-ESI managed services offering will incorporate its proprietary ESPI predictive coding software and eDiscovery Integrator project management platform as part of its predictable flat rate litigation support solution. ELIJAH, an industry leader in electronic discovery and computer forensic solutions, has begun the rollout of its enhanced IQ-ESI managed services offering incorporating proprietary technology ELIJAH has developed to minimize litigation costs. The core components of the enhancements include eDiscovery Integrator, a web-based system for managing the litigation lifecycle, and ESPI, ELIJAH’s predictive coding software that substantially reduces legal review costs and turn-around times. “ELIJAH’s IQ-ESI managed services offering has provided clients with the highest quality service delivered with predictable flat rates that help control eDiscovery expenses,” said ELIJAH president Andrew Reisman. “By including our proprietary eDiscovery Integrator and ESPI technology solutions at no additional charge as part of our managed services package, ELIJAH is providing a unique value proposition unmatched in the… Read more »


ELIJAH Partners with Reveal to Bring Clients InControl™ — an Affordable, Accessible and Flexible E-Discovery Solution

ELIJAH Ltd. is pleased to announce the expansion of available data hosting platforms for its clients through the Reveal InControl hosting solution. “We are constantly striving to provide our clients with the most effective tools to accomplish their objectives,” said ELIJAH president Andy Reisman. “Through InControl we now can offer clients a hosted document review platform that incorporates leading-edge analytic functions and allows for efficient review of even the largest collections.”