What we do

We specialise in providing innovative electronic evidence services to our clients across the world.

"In the UK, we partner with our clients predominately dispute resolution, competition law and investigations by providing edisclosure and digital forensics services. We also offer managed review services at our central London facility, or at client selected locations across Europe.

We have offices throughout Europe, in the United States and Asia providing global services wherever our clients need them with, multiple data centres and full onsite ediscovery capabilities." throughout Europe, providing services wherever our clients need them with multiple data centres and full onsite ediscovery capabilities."

Tim Phillips
Managing Director
KrolLDiscovery International Legal Technologies


Who we help

We provide legal technologies services to law firms and corporate clients in most industry sectors including financial services, pharmaceutical, energy and retail.

These services include edisclosure, digital forensics, managed review and consulting which are provided in order to assist our clients in multiple practice areas including dispute resolution, competition and regulatory cases. Our clients rely on our deep understanding of their legal needs and our technical expertise to comply with disclosure obligations in the UK and gain a strategic advantage in their cases.

Our People

At KrolLDiscovery, our most powerful asset is our people. Some of our experts explain why our clients trust us with their electronic evidence.


The Edisclosure Blog

May
17
By Hitesh Chowdhry

eDiscovery On-Demand In today’s no-frills ‘on-demand’ economy, customers apparently want to rent rather than own things. Why commit to purchasing a car when you can order a cab instantaneously? Why take on permanent lawyers in-house when you can hire temps as and when required? And in the ediscovery world, why pay astronomical sums to license technology […]

The post Ediscovery Costs: Pay as you’ve gone? appeared first on Disclosure: Disclosed.

Apr
26
By Lauren Grest

What is a Subject Access Request? Under section 7 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (DPA), individuals are entitled to access the information that an organisation holds about them.  The majority of subject access requests arise from former employees who are engaged in a dispute.  However, in this privacy-conscious age, some individuals may simple want to know […]

The post Subject Access Requests: managing the process with minimum pain appeared first on Disclosure: Disclosed.

Mar
28
By Lauren Grest

In a 2013 survey of 400 companies, management consultancy Bain & Company, found that companies using data analytics were: Twice as likely to be in the top quartile of financial performance within their industries Three times more likely to execute decisions as intended Five times more likely to make decisions faster Fast forward to 2018 […]

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The Buzz

Dec 4

Kroll Ontrack responds to customer demand for unbundled document review services with new European facility in the heart of London’s legal district

Press Release

Kroll Ontrack announced the launch in early January 2015 of a document review centre in the heart of London’s legal district. The dedicated facility, based within Kroll Ontrack’s European headquarters on Farringdon Street, will feature state-of-the-art review technology and a team of 40-plus specialised legal professionals assigned to individual cases on the basis of their knowledge and experience.

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