Aim: Displaying ESI before audiences (at depositions, hearings, trials, etc.), especially in native & near-native forms, to elicit further information, validate existing facts or positions, or persuade an audience.

Extract from EDRM

The presentation of electronically shared information can be a challenge for attorneys and paralegals. In the past exhibits were presented in paper form and still are in many cases today. Technology has developed over the last decade making it easier to present exhibits in near-paper or “image” format. Due to the nature of electronically shared information and the advent of native and near native document productions, some cases now require the legal team to present exhibits in native format […]

IRS can support you in presenting electronic evidence in various forms and can be called upon to provide expert witness testimony in relation to your electronic evidence.