Fixed Price Meet and Confer Consulting

HELPING YOU UP FRONT

We noticed that when clients engaged us they were often already bound by unnecessarily complicated and costly requirements stemming from an earlier Rule 26 Conference.  At Computing Source, we focus on long-term relationships with our clients.  So we developed a ground-breaking offering – we will, for a small nominal fee, meet with you, understand your case, give you our advice and attend your meet and confer/Rule 26 conference with you and then step back until you need us again further into your litigation.  Getting us involved from the beginning will save you time and hassle later.

 

  • We are an all in one litigation support company that handles all aspects of a lawsuit.  We usually begin with forensic collections and will provide support throughout the discovery process and also support any trial presentation or court reporting needs.

    Dave McIsaac, Senior Account Executive (Chicago)
  • Computing Source works with law firms and corporations, helping them succeed at every stage of their case.  From forensic collections all the way to trial presentation Computing Source has hired leading professionals in each department to provide attorneys the Power To Win.

    Bill Schiestel, Western Regional Director
  • I’ve been in the legal industry for over 30 years.  As a former litigation paralegal, I know what it is like to work on a case for years and get caught up in the complexity of working up a case for trial.  As a former owner of Evidence Express, a leading demonstrative evidence firm, I have helped hundreds of lawyers tell their story using compelling, persuasive graphics.   Making the complex simple takes time, creativity and hard work.  We  help the attorney explore and decide what facts fit and which story lines are most persuasive.  Our creative team helps develop visual aides to emphasize the key evidence but more importantly, provide simple and persuasive themes.  In simplicity, there is power.

    Theresa (Tess) Brady, Director, Demonstrative Evidence Group of Computing Source