by Kiersted Systems
Naturally, the courts are focused more on legal and procedural matters than on technical processes, and clients often tell us about the challenges they face in communicating their need for reasonable discovery expectations and timeframes. Notwithstanding today’s challenges, and perhaps a less-than-optimal understanding of the technical issues, courts have always run under tight schedules and simply have to set aggressive deadlines.
Again, our job is to help. For example, with tools like Kiersted Direct, clients can perform a quick analysis and gain early-stage insight into the data parameters of their matters, at which point they can communicate intelligently with the court and make concrete and reasonable suggestions. The value of such capabilities is borne out in feedback from government enforcement agencies that support the idea of educating the courts on technical issues and, in the process, saving time and money.