Capital Novus assisted with the orchestration of a solution that would enable four distinct co-defendants and two third-parties to protect their individual interests, while also protecting the interests of the collective group. Firms were provided with a set of documents to be shared amongst the co-defendants, and each defendant required the ability to make document designations without conflicting those of another defendant. Produced documents were required to be provided to opposing counsel in a secured fashion using the same hosting platform. Capital Novus implemented a shared database solution with custom feature development in order to facilitate this activity. Documents identified as trial exhibits were then exported for loading into an industry-standard trial presentation software.
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