Our teams provide onshore/offshore document unitisation and coding to facilitate the review of images and documents.
We boast a well-trained team of coders and experienced project managers who have worked on many, often very complex, client projects, working with accuracy and speed. Load files can be created for all major (and some not so major) litigation support software packages.
Document unitisation is the process of determining the first and last page (boundaries) of a document or record via two seperate methods. For example:-
Physical unitisation - allows us to identify logical breaks between documents and define attachment relationships, where the use of paperclips or staples are creating a physical relationshp to identify where documents belong together.
Logical unitisation (Document coding) - is where a human will determine pages that belong together and they will be indexed by fields such as page, document type, legal description and recording date.
Here at London Legal, our team provides the highest quality domestic and offshore document unitisation and coding – which, when combined, greatly facilitate the identification and review of images. Having worked for a wide range of clients, we use state-of-the-art coding procedures to build an accurate index of your documents. We deliver results on all projects, whether they are relatively simple or complex. London Legal consistently satisfies our clients' requirements thanks to our rigorous quality control procedures to ensure accuracy and consistency and through clear and regular communication with our client.