As organisations around the world continue to respond to disruptive economic fluctuations and prolonged losses, challenging restructuring efforts and more bankruptcy filings can be expected.
KLDiscovery is deeply experienced in discovery, disputes and investigations that frequently arise during restructuring and bankruptcy. Our peerless capacity, speed, and responsiveness are key drivers of the successful outcomes we deliver in these highly specialised matters. We work with clients, counsel, advisors and receivers throughout the data preservation, management, retrieval, discovery and disposition process. KLDiscovery guides and supports clients throughout a variety of key considerations by providing:
Experts to work with counsel to map out the myriad of potentially relevant data sources as early as possible in the restructuring or in the pre-filing phase of the bankruptcy process; and maintain high availability to respond to urgent needs, track various information and effectively report to parties.
Secure, centralised document databases for parties to share, exchange and review documents to help expedite and improve the efficiency of proceedings, thereby demonstrating candour and best efforts before the courts and other authorities.
Data preservation and collection to satisfy legal duties, mitigate the risks of data inaccessibility and maintain business continuity which can be compromised due to rapid employee departures and system shutdown, especially in the wake of heavy restructuring or liquidation events.
Unmatched speed and capacity to handle all phases of searching, hosting, document review and production for any bankruptcy matter, no matter how many involved parties or documents threaten to complicate the matter.
Development and adherence to ESI protocols that should be established, regardless of whether the process is considered adversarial or amicable, along with validation of incoming productions and provision of ReadySuite to automate quality control.
Cost effective discovery, which is particularly important in these situations; counsel and discovery providers should work together in a lean manner during all phases of discovery from collection, all the way through review and production.