The volume of discovery is growing, but you still need the same things: actionable information, timely discovery, and the evidence to win. Combining our expertise with intelligent tools, Sift knows what you need, because we always have an eye on where you are headed: trial.

This is our day job—finding grains of sand on a beach. We’re here when the tide rolls in.

DATA PROCESSING AND HOSTING

Monthly Recurring Hosting Fees
Data Hosting $10 / GB
Named User Licenses $75 / License
Archival storage of any data
(useful when cases are stayed or up on appeal)
$1.50 / GB
Processing and Ingestion
Native Processing (one time cost) $30 / GB
Analytics
Near-Dedup, Email Threading, Clustering. $500 / Case

Review, tag and search documents in any web browser. Sift is powered by Ipro’s Automated Digital Discovery (ADD), which provides an on-demand eDiscovery platform. ADD allows users to upload files directly into Ipro’s industry-leading processing engine and begin reviewing documents before processing is finished.

 

CONSULTING SERVICES

Sift has engineers and IT professionals available to provide additional support at the drop of a hat.

Services Hourly Rate
Consulting and Analytics, including customized searches and reports and technology assisted review (TAR) $225
Project Management and Technical Administration, including workflow assistance and database customization $150

 

MANAGED REVIEW

Reviewers Hourly Rate
Level 1 Review Professional
(JDs or paralegals)
$75
Level 2 Review Professional
(licensed attorneys or very experienced paralegals)
$100
Level 3 Review Professional Starting at $200
Legal Contractors
and Temporary Staffing
$100

Whether you need a few extra associates to get through 1,000 documents by tomorrow or your favorite Federal bench officer ordered you to review 500,000 documents in two weeks, Sift has your back.

Sift has on tap one of Oregon’s fasted growing private companies, Cinder, to find and retain experienced eDiscovery professionals in any jurisdiction, all licensed attorneys and litigation paralegals.

Go ahead, take that big data case against that megafirm. You got this.