Trial Solutions Announces Partnership with earlyCASE™ to Deliver SaaS eDiscovery Early Case Assessment (ECA) Solution

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earlyCASE™ SaaS sets new standard for early analysis and culling of documents, data and metadata for eDiscovery

Trial Solutions (http://www.trialgraphic.com/), a leader in providing litigation support technology, services and consulting has announced a partnership with earlyCASE™, an innovator in advanced early case assessment software for eDiscovery. Terms of the partnership enable Trial Solutions to provide earlyCASE™ to the members of its national litigation support service provider and computer forensics alliance networks.

earlyCASE™ is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) web-based eDiscovery application which uses an on-demand deployment model (runs on your local PC) and analyzes the Electronically Stored Information (ESI) that your computer can access without the data ever leaving your computer or network. earlyCASE™ allows you to identify, analyze, filter and cull your data before it is processed for discovery. It supports multiple languages, extracts metadata, generates hash values, detects duplicates and creates a local inventory database of documents and emails.

"Organizations spend millions of dollars annually on Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) and document review," states Brad Jenkins, President and CEO of Trial Solutions. "By assessing data early and reducing the amount of data that has to be processed, earlyCASE™ has the potential to enable our Litigation Support Providers to save their clients millions of dollars per year in E-Discovery processing and review costs," continues Mr. Jenkins.

Trial Solutions states that earlyCASE™ will be an excellent addition to its Litigation Support Ecosystem® which already includes enterprise class Electronic Data Discovery (EDD) and ImageDepot™, its industry leading Online Review Tool (ORT).

"With the addition of earlyCASE™, we now have a complete end-to-end wholesale eDiscovery solution for our Litigation Support Service Providers to offer to their client base," states Mr. Jenkins. "Coupled with the other components of our Litigation Support Ecosystem® along with the local support and project management provided by the members of our nationwide litigation support provider and computer forensics network, we believe that our resellers now have all of the technology, services and consulting to support the entire litigation lifecycle," adds Mr. Jenkins.

"The partnership will immediately bring earlyCASE's best practices early case assessment to over 90 metropolitan markets in the US and Canada. Early case assessment has been proven over and over to save money, earlyCASE™ takes this to a whole new level." states Tom Strack, President and CEO of earlyCASE™.

About earlyCASE™:
Atlanta-based earlyCASE™, an innovator in advanced early case assessment for Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and eDiscovery. earlyCASE™ is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based eDiscovery application which runs on your local PC and analyzes the ESI that your computer can access without the data ever leaving your computer or network. earlyCASE™ is a trademark of Level 9 Corporation. For more information about earlyCASE™, please visit: http://www.earlyCASE.com.

About Trial Solutions:
Trial Solutions is a leading end-to-end litigation support technology company offering the Litigation Support Ecosystem®. The company accomplishes this by offering litigation support firms and their clients computer forensic consulting, specialized electronic discovery services, litigation support software as a service (SaaS), and related document processing and review services. Its primary brands include ImageDepot™, Attorney Solutions and Discovery Law, which reach 90 metropolitan regions throughout the United States and Canada. In August 2008, Inc. magazine named Trial Solutions to the Inc. 5000 list of top-growing private companies nationwide, as well as No. 19 among the top 50 businesses in Houston. For more information about Trial Solutions, please visit http://www.trialgraphic.com.

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