Eleventh Hour is a legal project management consultancy that espouses forward thinking ideas that illuminate solutions that connect lawyers with information they seek in employment matters, investigative or business disputes. Our work is in litigation practice, in understanding its laws, and in applying people, processes, and technology to legal work efficiently and effectively. Our experiences are in information governance - the intersection of law practice with electronic records management, ediscovery, technology, information management, and compliance. Our perspective is information totality – the information lifecycle, proper evidence handling, and the application of filters and lenses that help lawyers see the nature and relations in relevant information. Our engagements reflect examination of, integration with or governance over information using transparent, demonstrable processes that courts espouse and accept. We evaluate and integrate workflow and systems, and assist our customers with modeling and optimizing litigation service and ediscovery – insourcing, captives, and outsourcing. Our project portfolio demonstrates over twenty years success in delivering integrated thoughtful solutions that matter.
|1. Lodges at Cannon Beach|
|2. Fairfield Inn and Suites The Dalles|
|3. Cannon Beach RV Resort|
|4. Hi Tide Oceanfront Resort|
|5. EbbTide Oceanfront Resort|
|6. Cousins Country Inn|
|7. Lighthouse Inn|
|8. The Ocean Lodge|
|9. Inn at Cannon Beach|
|10. Jason Boone Principal Broker CRIS|
Category: Real estate
|11. DePaul Industries|
Category: Staffing Firms
|12. Oregon Institute of Technology|
|13. Junk Removal Northwest|
Category: Waste Management
|14. Miller Student Loan Consulting LLC|
Category: Leadership Development
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