Collect. Analyze. Review.

FileControl’s Legal Discovery Platform provides clients a centralized repository configured to support the collection, analysis, and review of electronically stored information (ESI) pertaining to a particular matter or group of related matters.

Leveraging FC2 technology, FileControl helps business and legal professionals solve three interrelated yet distinct challenges. These challenges are the need to store documents, the need to search documents, and the need to share documents in support of business or legal events or requirements. One of the primary solutions offered by FileControl is the establishment and support of legal discovery.

Electronic discovery (also called e-discovery or eDiscovery) refers to any process in which electronic data is sought, located, secured, and searched with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal case. E-discovery can be carried out offline on a particular computer or it can be done in a network. Court-ordered or government-sanctioned hacking for the purpose of obtaining critical evidence is also a type of e-discovery.

FileControl provides law firms and corporations with a unique combination of customized technology solutions designed to increase client productivity and streamline the eDiscovery process.  Unlike many eDiscovery providers that resell and manage licensed pre-packaged software from multiple providers, FileControl leverages its own internally developed File Control Data Management and Discovery (FC2) technology to deliver customized solutions to address our clients’ specific needs.  The FC2 Platform allows enables clients to analyze and review documents from a secure, centralized repository.


FileControl’s Legal Discovery Platform is supported by a full portfolio of professional services to include:

+ Document Preparation and Optimization Services

+ Project Management Services

+ Discovery Support Services

Availability Options

FileControl software-enabled solutions and services are available to clients as either a packaged or managed service. The differences between a packaged service and managed service include:

Packaged Service: A packaged service is a pre-configured set of services to be accomplished for clients over a specified period of time for a fixed price. 

Managed Service: An offering that allows an organization to outsource the delivery, operations and management of a service over a specified period of time for a fixed price. 

Contact us today for a discussion on which offering and pricing model best meets your business needs.

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