Arrangement provides multiyear national eDiscovery solutions for Figliulo & Silverman.
Washington, D.C. – Modus, a leading provider of eDiscovery business intelligence services, today announced that it has entered into a national multiyear managed service agreement with Figliulo & Silverman, P.C.
“We seek to find the winning truth in litigation. Modus helps us achieve this. We often need complex analyses on large data sets, and we benefit from having a partner like Modus. In addition, time and cost are critical for us. We have been able to migrate matters to Modus quickly and generate savings. Modus provides a high level of value, quality and flexibility at favorable costs. Litigation is complex enough without pressure from unnecessarily high eDiscovery costs,” says Stephanie Jones, Partner at Figliulo & Silverman.
“Figliulo & Silverman has consistently been recognized as one of the top litigation firms in the Chicago area. Modus is honored to support Figliulo & Silverman as one of the ‘go-to’ firms in high-stakes litigation. Their litigation is often complex and will overtake any process or system not up to the task. It is wonderful to demonstrate that personal, scalable and secure solutions can be delivered at a cost that challenges outdated industry norms,” says Steven Horan, Chairman and CEO of Modus.
Modus is an innovative eDiscovery company that helps law firms and corporations optimize their eDiscovery matters by orchestrating pristine communication between people, processes and technologies. Modus’ advanced suite of eDiscovery and managed service solutions helps clients leverage critical business intelligence to make better-informed legal business decisions.
ABOUT FIGLIULO & SILVERMAN
Figliulo & Silverman, P.C. has broad experience in successfully resolving business and real estate-related disputes through jury and bench trials and by alternative means of dispute resolution such as arbitration and mediation. Figliulo & Silverman’s hard-earned reputation makes it a top choice for clients who need representation in disputes that are headed toward – or already in – litigation.