Legal Document Review Services

Reviewing documents in court proceedings helps avoid mistakes and guesswork. During the review of legal documents, sensitive details of the case are highlighted to form better arguments. Examining legal documents requires a thorough knowledge of the law and an eye for detail. 

Legal Document review is the final step before production, where a litigant provides discovery information to his opponent. A document examination is therefore to identify what information is within the scope of discovery. 


Legal Document Services

Many law firms, independent lawyers, and companies outsource document review to specialist document review lawyers and legal process outsourcing companies like OBS  to save time and focus on other important legal tasks. OBS has extensive experience reviewing litigation, investigations, mergers and acquisitions, government documents, internal/external audits, and other legal documents. 


    Our experienced legal document reviewer team can quickly and cost-effectively handle any document review regarding scope, complexity, budget, language, international law, competitive environment, etc. During the discovery or e-discovery phase, legal teams often spend countless hours collecting, reviewing, and analyzing documents to understand which are most relevant and whether they are a “responsive” or “non-responsive” legal matter. 

    Proper legal documents not only understand the importance of liability but also allow you and your team to properly build a compelling case without loopholes that opposing counsel cannot exploit.  At OBS, we are pioneers in electronic and manual legal document review services. Our systematic approach considers multiple variables such as case strategy, effectiveness, background information, document labeling, and quality control to ensure a comprehensive overview of all your procedures.

    Legal Document Review Services We Offer

    Objective document coding

    The metadata collected from the documents during the coding process can be uploaded to any review platform, increasing the searchability of the papers. This facilitates document identification during the review. Document encoding is identifying and extracting information from each document into a common format for later retrieval. Our firm has professional and dedicated lawyers who are well-versed in the intricacies of document encoding and have worked on multiple platforms.

    Deposition summaries

    A deposition brief is a short document that reviews basic information about the witness, and pre-trial testimony, to help the legal team prepare. It provides an overview so people don’t have to read the entire certificate history to find the most essential parts of a certificate. We help make summaries often delegating the work to paralegals or administrative support staff.

    Document reviewing for privileged and confidentiality

    Confidential documents are those that do not need to be disclosed to the other party before or after the trial begins. Their non-disclosure is permitted by law and the privileged party may rely on this as a legal right not to disclose the document containing the relevant information. The main practical consequence of document confidentiality is that it does not need to be shown to the other party at the discovery stage of the trial because you can claim privilege. We only use documents you have disclosed in court, so you can waive (reject) a record if you want. We work with professionals and help to review the required documents.

    Helping counsel and expert witnesses in establishing an evidential database

    The Digital Evidence Database is useful to offer useful search options to make it easier to find relevant information and digital evidence. It contains guidelines and guidance on digital evidence important to document human rights violations and core international crimes. This database aims to provide a central database and complete repository. Digital evidence manuals and guides, both in the investigation stage and in the judicial process are important. It facilitates the accessibility and applicability of these guidelines to practitioners, researchers, researchers, academics, and others. We help in such relevant information and creating digital evidence.

    Coding documents for issues with subjective criteria

    Legal coding is the process of indexing or categorizing large documents so that they can be easily transferred to court proceedings. This process collects or summarizes keywords from a document which helps minimize the difficulties associated with checking the entire set of documents. This type of encoding uses an optical character recognition (OCR) tool to help create a systematic database of large legal documents. In addition to OCR, there are other coding methods such as subjective coding, objective coding, in-text coding, bibliographic indexing, etc. Subjective coding is the link of legal interpretation to a document. This includes classifying documents as responsive and privileged and organizing documents according to legal issues. The subjective coding of our professionals involves examining the legal questions and applying them to the facts of the case, as well as the text of the document, its meaning, problem identification, summary, confidential code, etc.

    Focused and issue-specific reviewing of the documentary database

    A document database is a non-relational database designed to store and query data in the form of JSON-like documents. Document databases make it easy for developers to store and query data in the database using the same document form format that they use in their application code. The flexible, semi-structured, and hierarchical nature of documents and document repositories allows them to evolve with the needs of the application. The document template is suitable for use cases such as directories, user profiles, and content management systems, where each document is unique and evolves. Document databases enable flexible indexing, powerful custom queries, and analysis of document collections. We help in reviewing the database and storing the required information.

    Building charts of fundamental terms or concepts

    There are several ways to present information to understand the data. The choice between bar charts, line charts, and pie charts depends on the type of information to be presented. Our team helps to create different types of charts required to review important information.

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    Outsource Legal Document Review Services for US Law Firms, Lawyers, Attorneys

    OBS provides online outsource legal document review services to USA law firms, attorneys. If you require legal document review services in New York, Texas, California, San Francisco, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Chicago, Houston, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Oregon, Nevada, San Jose, Dallas, New Mexico, Massachusetts, Boston, Portland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Phoenix, Arizona, San Antonio, San Diego or other parts of the US or any other state in the US, you can outsource the legal service for your business with us.

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