I n t e l l e c t u a l
Intellectual Data, a domestically funded Korean company,
is the first company in Korea providing specialized eDiscovery
services. We are leaders in advancing the Korean legal tech
market and eDiscovery services targeting Korea.
The end-to-end process is all handled in Korea,
avoiding any risks associated with sending data cross-borders.
Runs tests on ransomware, APT and
virus attacks on isolated data for each project
Secured with real-time detection on breaches, protection
mechanisms and user-based access permission and authorization control
Manages data center adopting the MS
Security Center standard security protocol
Intellectual Data provides solutions meeting our clients’ needs.
We use advanced TAR(Technology Assisted Review)
leveraging Active Learning technology and Advanced
Analytics carrying out in-depth analysis on
document relations and unique characteristics.
Discovery under the Common Law is a reasonable legal process which requires all parties involved in the litigation to fully disclose information(or evidence) in order to improve discovery of objective facts. By doing so, information is shared equally, providing the same opportunity to prove one’s case for every party involved. Currently in Korea, the order to produce documents exist under the Law of Civil Procedure revised in 2002. However, proof of evidence is challenging as there are not strong sanctions in place by the court even if a party refuses to produce documents or produces incomplete information.
In such cases, many give up pursuing lawsuits even when they have clearly received damages or fail to prove damages caused by inequality of information. As the first Korean eDiscovery service provider- Intellectual Data established a company affiliated research center building on our top expertise, abundant experience and development skills referencing the US which has the most robust eDiscovery in place. Based on such strengths, we are working on development and research to set up a eDiscovery system and guidelines properly reflecting Korea’s situation.
CEO of Starrett Consulting Inc