We’ve shared before how we’ve spent the past year looking in the mirror, identifying what is working well for us, and what needs to change. That has led to a lot of changes: a new office, new team members, and a new website. As part of this process, we took a step back to redefine the value we deliver to our clients and realized that the essence of what we do is help you “Rediscover eDiscovery.”
Rediscover eDiscovery is more than just a slogan to us.
Since 2014, Complete Legal has been a standout among eDiscovery companies. We have big-league expertise, immense resources, and a purpose.
We exist to remove the eDiscovery intimidation factor, making it painless for attorneys to get the information they need to succeed – from our no-cost, first consultation to the last invoice. We make premium eDiscovery tools and leading expertise accessible for plaintiff’s attorneys and defense firms of all sizes – from one to hundreds.
We act responsibly. We act like we care – because we do.
Our eDiscovery specialists and project managers listen and learn. We work as a part of your team to understand your case and strategy and to create custom eDiscovery plans that fit your goals. We take a long-term approach, building personal relationships and focusing on results so you’ll come back to work with us case after case.
We help you solve eDiscovery so you can take advantage of less surprises, more efficiencies, and higher case values – once and for all.
We believe there are fantastic eDiscovery platforms and review tools in the market. There are also powerful technology assisted review algorithms and dozens of other add-ins that make everything work a little better. The problem is, none of these are the best option for every case.
Our mission is to bring you the correct workflow and review tool, incorporating all of the bells and whistles needed for you case, and nothing more. This streamlines the entire process and prioritizes your budget. We work to deliver the highest value to you, not just the lowest price.
We look forward to helping you “Rediscover eDiscovery”.