Bryan Rice and his team utilize PaperlessDataVault (PDV), an internally-developed, web-based document management tool to 1) Organize, 2) Catalog, 3) Store, 4) Access, 5) Share, and 6) Archive the documents that are used in connection with your case.
PDV allows BCR team members, as well as you, your attorney to securely access, review, and analyze case documents 24/7 from any location with an internet browser. This reduces or eliminates the need for copying, printing, transporting, storing, and shredding voluminous paper documents and allows for greater attorney-expert-client collaboration. PDV can be loaded using scans of paper documents, PDF files, JPEG files, TIF files, etc. PDV will allow for greater organization and more efficient access for any type of document, whether paper or digital.
Most cases are charged for the time spent setting up their PDV archive, unless minimal documents are involved or the life-cycle of the case is anticipated to be very short. If documents are voluminous, we will discuss the estimated fees for this process. An example online data set is available for review.
Additionally, PDV can be used by your attorney as an e-discovery tool. If you are the party in possession of information that is the subject of a discovery request, PDV can be used by your attorney to electronically respond to a Request for Production (RFP) using documents already on PDV or additional documents specifically added for that purpose. Electronically responding to an RFP may save thousands of dollars in manual document copying/printing, indexing, and transmission.
At the conclusion of your case, the documents that have been stored on PDV are burned to a CD-ROM or flash drive in the form of an organized database. A copy of the database is provided to you.
Please visit PaperlessDataVault.com for more information.
Click here to view a flowchart illustrating the process for PDV.