Your eDiscovery project is unique.

So is our approach.

Don’t let eDiscovery overwhelm you and your organization. Start with a solid information governance plan to ensure that your data is usable and optimized, and then choose a partner who specializes in the eDiscovery field.

At Proteus, we have developed a unique approach that can be customized to improve both the efficiency and accuracy of the eDiscovery process, and that can cut rates by up to 75% over other antiquated discovery processes.

Our proprietary three-step process has helped our clients prepare for everything from M&A due diligence reviews and DOJ investigations to electronic discovery requests in civil actions:


We meet in person at the outset of the discovery process to understand and review your existing document policies, the architecture of your data systems, and the people behind your project.


We work closely with your internal resources to maintain an open dialogue regarding data collection and preservation considerations.


By acting as your electronic discovery consultant, we can negotiate production specifications and explain considerations at the Rule 26(f) stage. Then, as data issues arise, we can work with opposing counsel to find solutions (and avoid getting bogged down in costly motions practice).

Meet Sean Burke

With a solid foundation in litigation and electronic discovery practices, Sean guides his clients strategically and effectively through the complexities of even the largest-scale e-discovery projects.

Sean Burke