Litigation Support

 Litigation Coding, Legal Coding

Infocache has done bibliographic coding of millions of pages annually for numerous AM LAW100 firms involving very large projects. We have the expertise you need, a breadth of experience acquired over more than 15 years in the business.

Bibliographic coding provides a systematic, standardized organization of documents for efficient data retrieval. The objective of coding is to identify and capture relevant content from the collection of images. Data fields typically include Beg. Doc., End Doc., Att. Range, Document Date, Type, Title, Author, Recipient, Copyee; as well as Characteristics such as Marginalia, Foreign Language, Handwritten, etc.

Logical document boundaries and Attachment Range relationships are critical to the validity and usefulness of a database. In logical unitization we use key variables to distinguish documents from each other and also define attachment relationships among contiguous documents. This aspect of bibliographic coding can be customized to allow for email threads to be coded individually or bundle similar documents based on title, date etc. as sometimes required for issue based coding.


  • Coding capacity of over 500,000 images per week
  • Proprietary coding tool that can be easily customized
  • Built-in validation features
  • Real-time production status reports
  • Ability to code and translate foreign language documents
  • Customized data output to a variety of formats - ASCII, BRS, Concordance, Summation, Lotus Notes, and E-Tech, etc.
  • Document population analysis

Infocache coders are trained to meet the unique needs of each project, ranging from standard bibliographic coding to highly complex multi-tiered in-text and subjective data capture.

Sample Case

In-text coding & rapid turnaround of output under a tight schedule.

Infocache provided timely and cost-effective litigation support by coding 10 million pages for a highly publicized class action lawsuit involving several multinational law firms in the automobile industry for the duration of the trial. Due to the size of the database and importance of the case, names standardization and extensive in-text data extraction were required. Documents were placed online immediately as the trial progressed.

Infocache staff worked round-the-clock to meet client needs and tight deadlines.