TrustPoint International is a formal subscriber to the EDRM Model Code of Conduct.
Launched in May 2005, EDRM was created to address the lack of standards and guidelines in the e-discovery market. EDRM published the Electronic Discovery Reference Model in January 2006, followed by additional resources such as IGRM, CARRM and the Talent Task Matrix. Since its launch, EDRM has comprised more than 260 organizations, including 170 service and software providers, 63 law firms, three industry groups and 23 corporations involved with e-discovery and information governance.
The Model Code of Conduct (MCoC) sets forth aspirational guidelines intended to serve as a basis for ethical decision making by all participants in the electronic discovery process. The MCoC was drafted by members of the EDRM MCoC Project and reflects years of exhaustive dialogue and a wide array of viewpoints representative of the interests of corporations, law firms and service providers across the country. Adherence to the MCoC is voluntary.
The MCoC consists of five Principles and their Corollaries, which contain statements of the duties of Service Providers and the related duties of their clients. The five principles include:
TrustPoint International is committed to the professional, ethical and positive support of all clients as shared in the EDRM Model Code of Conduct. To view the complete version of the MCoC, click here. Questions or comments regarding our commitment to the EDRM and the EDRM Model Code of Conduct, should be submitted to TrustPoint International by mail or e-mail as follows:
Atlanta, GA 30339
TrustPoint International helps clients address business and legal challenges associated with the discovery and review of electronically stored information with legal technologies and services for law firms, corporations and governments. Founded in 2008 and based in Atlanta, GA, TrustPoint International’s end-to-end eDiscovery services include forensic collections, processing, analytics, predictive coding and managed review and are supported from 12 national offices and eight national review centers.