According to industry researchers, the e-discovery market was worth more than $4 billion in 2010 and is growing at more than 25 percent annually. As the already sizable industry continues growing, attorneys have an equally big need for full service e-discovery and document review providers.

That’s why Ernst & Young’s Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services practice has combined with Cataphora Legal. Critical elements of Cataphora Legal’s technology and methodology are now synced up with Ernst & Young’s approach to providing information services.

Cataphora Legal’s patented technology and proprietary methodology increase the effectiveness of document review and reduce its costs. By customizing review decisions so they respond to relevant documents and filter out false positives, lawyers can create rules that consistently categorize documents. The results are tested and improved through statistical sampling techniques.

Ernst & Young’s review platform combines analytics, data visualization and reporting tools with solid processes and a staff of consummate professionals. Now, Cataphora Legal fits seamlessly into the analytics portion of Ernst & Young’s end-to-end discovery services.

As evidenced by its work with Cataphora Legal, Ernst & Young believes in the usefulness of technology. In fact, the company is a proud sponsor of the 2011 Legal Technology Leadership Summit. Thought leaders and decision-makers will be attending the summit in September to learn about and discuss the ever-changing impact of technology on the legal world.

“Ernst & Young is excited to participate in this prestigious event,” said Daniel Torpey, Forensic Technology and Discovery Services leader. “We are looking forward to sharing our insights and learning from other leaders in this subject area at the summit.”

For more information about working with Ernst & Young, contact Dan Torpey at daniel.torpey@ey.com or go to http://www.ey.com/us/fids.