Artificial Intelligence, Enhancing the Practice of Law
Cloud Computing for Lawyers
Document Management & Analysis
E-Discovery Testifying & Trial Technology
Meet & Confer Technical Support
30(b)(6) Deposition Support
Docket Management, Coordination & Control
Corporate Litigation Docket Management
Docket Management Express Notification
Underwriter Coordination & Express Notification
Automated Fact Sheet Management & Analysis
Automated Claim & Case Substantiation/Analysis
“Crivella is a legend in the Mass Tort world. Art & his team virtually invented the most powerful tools in use today by plaintiffs attorneys to analyze and utilize data produced by defendants.
The work Crivella did in blasting apart bogus privilege claims of the defendant in the Avandia litigation is universally considered to be the most cutting age application of analytical tools in the history of Mass Torts.” ”
Vance R. Andrus, Esquire
Andrus Wagstaff Attorneys at Law
"I would recommend Crivella to anyone looking for a dedicated and valuable litigation partner. Their commitment to delivering the best service is their strongest trait.”
Senior Partner, The Miller Firm
Document Management & Analysis
The Crivella Document Management & Analysis System provides powerful document management and analysis tools to support lawyers working together in teams. Using the system, legal teams and law firms can access all of their documents, work product, and system capabilities via the web, thus allowing work to be performed by different firms and at numerous locations.
The system is easy to use and affordable, even for one-off cases. Sophisticated litigation document management is coupled with cutting-edge predictive coding, technology- assisted review, advanced document and metadata analyses, and litigation project management features. System accounts can be created to manage documents and legal efforts for a single complex matter, or across many matters.
Today, this system serves as the document management and attorney work hub for many of our nation’s largest and most complicated mass tort personal injury cases including such major matters as: Roundup Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2741); Stryker LFIT V40 Femoral Head Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2768); Transvaginal Mesh Products; Hernia Mesh Products, and many others.
The affordability of the Crivella Document Management & Analysis System allows cloud-based technology to be used across myriad practice areas, cases sizes, and legal assignments. The easy-to-use features allow firms to integrate across locations and to instantly combine forces with other firms, experts, vendors, and even clients -- all to create seamless teams and high-quality work product results.
Parties responding to requests for the production of documents can benefit by the system’s automated features for managing litigation holds, collection of litigation documents and data, total automation of all processing of documents, total automation of creating production document sets with associated metadata, and advanced features using Artificial Intelligence to avoid legal mistakes such as the inadvertent production of privileged documents. Parties receiving produced documents and metadata benefit greatly from the speed and lower costs of total automation. New documents are automatically analyzed for duplicates, prior drafts, and later partial reuse of text.
When appropriate, documents and metadata are analyzed for relevancy to case-specific issues, privileged communications, missed redactions, and overall predicted assessment of responsiveness and importance.
"Crivella's new pricing model is very economical, even for one-off cases. The responsiveness and support from Art and his team have been fantastic as well."
Walter Kelley, Esquire
Bernheim Dolinsky Kelley, LLC
Co-lead, Stryker LFIT V40 MDL
Meet & Confer
Crivella Technologies’ E-discovery Specialists are considered subject matter experts in how complex organizations retain, use, and communicate business records. We have designed the large-scale integrated information management and decision support systems used by many of the world’s largest companies, so we know potentially where important records are located, and the amount of difficulty associated with extracting such records. We are able to work hand-in-hand with corporate IT staff to ensure all proper preservation steps are taken, to minimize business disruption, and to ensure smooth coordination between the technical efforts and your legal team.
The Crivella Document Management & Analysis System employs proprietary technology to identify custodians with important case-related documents, types and forms of business records, language used in the course of business, third-party sources of potentially important documents, and other critical aspects of the ESI landscape.
Crivella E-discovery Specialists can collaborate with your lawyers to ensure you are able to stand on equal terms during “Meet and Confer” discovery negotiations, and to avoid costly mistakes. We are able to negotiate and establish all technical details concerning the production of documents, metadata, database extracts, and the preservation and production of data from cloud-based collaboration systems and Software-as-a- Service (SaaS) application platforms.
When called upon, Crivella E-discovery Specialists can prepare substantiated expert reports on any aspect of the production of documents and Electronic Stored Information. Our expertscan also attend hearings, review motions, and provide testimony to ensure that the lawyers in the case are properly prepared and supported, if needed.
The deposition of corporate representatives is another practice specialty of Crivella E-discovery Specialists. Our team directly collaborates with counsel to prepare or respond to interrogatories and to support 30(b)(6) depositions. Our experts can assist attorneys in preparing for and conducting critical these depositions.
“Art Crivella’s expertise when it comes to e-discovery was critical to our success in a recent class action. He gave me the tools I needed to stop opposing counsel from playing any games when it came to electronically stored information.”