EVDense Corporation and Admission of Electronically Stored Information as Evidence

EVDense Digital Diary uses best practices for collecting electronic information to be used as evidence.

SEATTLE, WA — December 3, 2009

EVDense Corporation, experts in legal technology and eDiscovery Business Intelligence Process Design workflow, identifies best practices for storing and submitting electronic information as evidence. EVDense Corporations legal expert Craig Kobayashi recently met with eDiscovery expert James Yand of Stafford Frey Cooper in Seattle, Washington to discuss a workflow designed by EVDense, Admitting Electronically Stored Information (ESI) as Evidence.


The EVDense workflow is based on legal and academic references, federal regulations and precedent cases, including Lorraine v. Markel American Insurance Company, 241 F.R.D. 534 (D. Md. 2007). With over 75 discreet steps over five phases, the workflow shows every action involved in storing and submitting electronic information as evidence. EVDense has not left a stone unturned identifying how electronic information should be stored and submitted to the courts. This will be a great asset to judges within the Washington State court system, says Yand.


The EVDense Digital Diary service is built on the EVDense workflow for admitting ESI as evidence. Based on our understanding and with validation from experts like Jim Yand, we know the EVDense Digital Diary is the best practices way to collect and store electronic information to be used as evidence, said Roger Yee, Co-CEO of EVDense Corporation. The EVDense Digital Diary is currently free and it is very easy to use. Log and collect the information that matters and start protecting yourself today.


About EVDense


EVDense Corporation, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, is a leader in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications for securely creating, storing, and retrieving electronic files and documents.  The EVDense team has decades of experience in the legal technology industry, and is advised by seasoned legal experts. EVDense products include Ixio Legal QShift and Business Intelligence Process Design consulting for business class customers, and EVDense Digital Diary for consumers to create and store electronic information as evidence.


About Stafford Frey Cooper


Few Seattle law firms have been serving clients for more than 100 years -- Stafford Frey Cooper has. Over the past century Stafford Frey Cooper has grown with Seattle and the Pacific Northwest for good reason because of the successes Stafford Frey Cooper achieves for its clients, many of whom Stafford Frey Cooper has been helping for decades. Ethics, individual attention, creativity, professionalism, and a respect for client needs and accomplishments all define Stafford Frey Coopers approach to practicing law. The talented inter-disciplinary team of attorneys consistently produces results that permit Stafford Frey Cooper clients to succeed and thrive. Stafford Frey Cooper provides a well-seasoned expertise in law, and knows how to listen, advise, collaborate, and then act decisively. 


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