Managed Services is the future of eDiscovery. Law firms and corporations alike are seeking access to a deeply experienced, often dedicated team of experts using state-of-the art technologies within a highly secure infrastructure.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2014
Discovia, a leading global provider of eDiscovery services to corporations, law firms and government entities, announced the appointment of Paige Hunt Wojcik as vice president of managed services and business development. In her expanded role, Hunt Wojcik will work closely with clients to determine and help implement the optimal managed services model to best meet their discovery requirements, leveraging Discovia’s secure infrastructure, experienced staff, and proven, repeatable processes.
Before joining Discovia in January 2014, Hunt Wojcik was director of eDiscovery services at Perkins Coie LLP, where she worked with legal teams, in-house counsel, corporate IT personnel and service providers internationally. She also led the firm’s Practice Technology Services department, Discovery Center, and litigation paralegal training program. Prior to Perkins Coie, Hunt Wojcik was the assistant director of practice support at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, where the litigation support team grew from seven to more than fifty professionals during her tenure. The rapid growth of the organization provided her the opportunity to lead several teams and strategic initiatives.
“Managed Services is the future of eDiscovery. Law firms and corporations alike are seeking access to a deeply experienced, often dedicated team of experts using state-of-the art technologies within a highly secure infrastructure,” Hunt Wojcik said. “More and more clients want to outsource infrastructure management, but they want the peace of mind that comes from knowing their data lives in a single, secure environment. Discovia was one of the first companies to deliver a managed service offering more than five years ago. We are committed to continuing to lead in this space.”
A frequent speaker on information management, eDiscovery and other litigation support issues, Hunt Wojcik actively participates in several industry organizations – including International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) and Women in eDiscovery. She also serves as an adjunct professor for Bryan University’s graduate certificate in eDiscovery and was awarded ILTA’s Litigation and Practice Support Distinguished Peer Award in 2012. Hunt Wojcik earned a BA in political science from Arizona State University.
Discovia is a leading global provider of electronic discovery services to corporations and law firms handling litigation, internal and ITC investigations, and HSR Second Requests. Services include onsite and remote data collections, data minimization, data processing and hosting, expert application of leading technology-assisted review tools, document review management, and document productions. Through its proprietary processes, highly-automated operation and outstanding talent, Discovia delivers a 99.6 percent accuracy rate, data culling rates of over 95 percent for repeat clients, and a net promoter score of over 60 percent. Discovia is the first eDiscovery services firm to deliver a fixed-price managed service, enabling Fortune 500 corporate legal departments and law firms to gain a world-class eDiscovery function without building it internally. More information is available at 415-392-2900 or http://www.discovia.com.