Project Highlights

  • A large team of document review attorneys was needed by our client

  • Lumen Legal provided a team of up to 50 attorneys to work on-site and remotely

  • Our flexible model allowed the client to meet production goals and court requirements

Estimated Corporate Client Savings:   $24 million over three years vs. traditional large law firm staffing models


The Scenario:

A prominent U.S. law firm with an emphasis on complex litigation engaged Lumen Legal to provide a team of attorneys for a high-profile DOJ document review project. Given the size and estimated duration of the project (three years), their corporate client wanted quality and value.

Our Solution:

  • Lumen utilized our strong reputation in the marketplace and our proprietary database of more than 430,000 legal professionals, to provide attorneys with previous anti-trust class action and electronic review experience for the project.

  • Our team worked closely with law firm attorneys and their litigation support team to gain an understanding of the complex case and the many issues involved.

  • Lumen attorneys reviewed documents for responsiveness and privilege and coded for a variety of issues. Specific Lumen attorneys were selected, based on the high quality of their work, to be part of the client’s quality control team to create privilege logs and provide deposition summaries.

  • For over three years, our flexible model allowed us to scale as needed in response to work flow which included Lumen team members working 40+ hours per week to help the firm meet the project’s rolling production goals and court requirements. Our team (which varied in size from five to 50 people) worked on-site and at our client’s offices.

Outcome:

In three years, Lumen Legal helped the law firm save their corporate client $24 million vs. traditional large law firm staffing models.