Technology Solutions

Foley Mansfield recognizes the importance of providing our clients with the most cost-effective, time-efficient, and cyber-safe service possible while maintaining the quality of our legal counsel and services. As a result, we make it a priority to invest in the latest in legal technology.

Focusing on Technology

In an industry known for its resistance to adopting new and evolving technologies, the Foley Mansfield team understands that new tools are essential for providing highly effective services to our clients. By employing state-of-the-art technologies, we can develop smarter, faster litigation and arbitration strategies that fit the needs of your business while simultaneously reducing costs.

All of our team members have experience working with new technologies, providing quality services to clients who embrace innovation.

New and advanced technologies

Our innovative technologies, aimed at providing cost-effective counsel and improved service to clients, including the automated document management system Nextpoint for document review, Elite 3E Financial software, BigHand digital dictation, TrialDirector trial presentation platforms, and, LAW PreDiscovery for internal E-discovery processing. Additionally, we keep Certified E-Discovery Specialists (CEDS) on staff. Each of these elements improves the client experience, and the reductions in administrative costs are passed on to you.

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