Guiding Corporations and their Counsel for Two Decades
For handling complex legal matters, there is no substitute for experience. Catalyst's core team has been together since the mid-1990s, helping companies and their counsel successfully manage some of the largest legal matters in the world. Our Professional Services team includes lawyers, project managers, search experts and technologists with decades of combined experience in law firms, corporate legal departments and e-discovery companies.
Our Experience at Work for Your Case
No Two Cases are Alike...
If our experience has taught us anything, it is that every case is unique. Particular cases have particular needs – and unforeseen complications can arise at any point. Our cumulative hindsight gives us 20/20 foresight, enabling us to see around the next bend in a case and be prepared for the unexpected as well as the routine.
No Two Professionals are Either...
When you are managing big litigation, it is reassuring to know that your professional team has been there before. At Catalyst, we blend trial lawyers, litigation associates and seasoned legal assistants with some of the best technologists in the industry. Through skilled project management, strategic planning and consulting, we add value and peace of mind to your project.
Strategy Fueled by Experience
Put our experience to bat through strategic planning and consulting for your matter. We will analyze your case and data, design efficient and defensible workflows, and recommend search and analytics techniques for narrowing and ranking your documents.
We Know our System Inside-Out
We make sure our platform is optimized so you meet your objectives and deadlines. We can help you design and implement custom tools and workflows to move your project forward and troubleshoot potential problems before they slow you down.
And when we say we wrote the book on this stuff, we mean it. Catalyst's founder, John Tredennick, edited the seminal ABA bestseller, Winning with Computers: Trial Practice in the Twenty-First Century (ABA Press 1991), and has written or edited a total of five books on legal technology and trial practice. In 2013, The American Lawyer magazine named our founder one of the six most important trailblazers in e-discovery, and in 2012, Fastcase named him one of the "smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders in the law."