Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, eDiscovery

Don’t drown in big data.

Our experience at the intersection of business, IT, and legal helps you navigate data lakes and minimize risk.

The explosion of data over the past 20 years has resulted in major explicit and implicit costs for business. 

More data means higher hosting costs, more expensive responses to litigation and investigations, and more potential entry points for threat actors into your network. Proteus Discovery Group, our eDiscovery services firm, was founded to help businesses get a handle on their data. 

Our proactive information governance policies help clients identify data that has business value and data that must be kept for regulatory reasons; we design defensible destruction policies for everything else. During litigation and regulatory investigations, we help you identify what is relevant and what is protected by attorney-client privilege. And after a data breach, we can identify Personally Identifiable Information and HIPAA data and ensure you maintain compliance by developing required disclosure programs. 

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What We Do

eDiscovery Counsel

Counsel on every phase of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) in line with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) and case law.

Legal Hold Administration

Notices drafted for custodians when litigation is reasonably anticipated or when regulatory investigation has begun.

Custodians Surveys and Interviews

Targeting appropriate collections to balance defensibility and cost.

Discovery Motion Drafting and Advising

Producing and responding parties.

Meet and Confer Process

Rule 16 of the FRCP involves pre-trial conferences to reduce wasteful eDiscovery activities; Rule 26(f) covers scope, timeline, production formats, and more.

TAR Workflow Consulting

Case law has repeatedly upheld technology assisted review (TAR). Advice on processes to avoid being over-inclusive or under-inclusive during the document review phase.

Expert Testimony

Testimony in state and federal courts regarding eDiscovery processes, proportionality, costs, and more.

Document Retention and Defensible Destruction Policies

Maintain data with business value while lowering data hosting costs, downstream discovery costs, and potential entry points for cyberattacks.

Data Breach Response

Leverage proprietary queries in SQL and Orcale databases to find Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and HIPAA data.


Innovative legal services for innovative businesses.

An unrivaled combination of bleeding-edge technology, traditional project management, and litigation know-how.

Practice Leader Spotlight

Ray Biederman

Ray has worked in eDiscovery since 2004. He is also a classically-trained violinist and has conducted youth orchestras in Kokomo and Indianapolis.

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Move quickly, avoid mistakes.

We translate “legal-speak” to “IT-speak” and vice versa.