London (August 9, 2012) - Epiq Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:EPIQ), a leading provider of managed technology for the global legal profession, has expanded its global document review presence by opening a Hong Kong document review center.
"The introduction of our Hong Kong document review center reflects our leadership position in providing clients with secure, scalable, cost effective review and staffing services wherever they are needed,” said Laura Kibbe, Epiq Systems' Managing Director of Document Review and Expert Services. “The expansion of these services in Hong Kong enhances our ability to manage review teams in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously, providing efficient and effective coordination of our services for each project, regardless of where the ultimate production is required."
“Litigation and eDiscovery requirements differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction,” said Greg Wildisen, International Managing Director at Epiq Systems. “Our service in the APAC region helps meet the needs of Asia-based law firms and in-house corporate counsel by providing staff as well as mobile review capabilities with local language skills and legal expertise."
Key features of the new Epiq Systems review service center include:
Customised pricing based on case requirements
The ability to work on any technology platform and provide consistent reports across all cases
Highly-skilled reviewers with local language skills
Daily reporting with graphical analysis to show project progress and coding breakdown
Collaboration with law firm or corporate client on quality control processes
Accurate and scalable eDiscovery process with defensible documentation
Coordinated management of multi-jurisdictional review teams
Epiq's Hong Kong document review center offers on-site project management, recruiting and staffing operations. Review operations at the center will be run by Celeste Kemper, Director, Document Review Services Asia. Ms. Kemper, a former Assistant Attorney General in the United States, brings strong background experience in government and fraud investigations, health care and complex litigation.