Eric Robi founded Elluma Discovery in Los Angeles in 2002 to provide computer forensic expert witness services for litigators. Since that time, the technology industry has experienced exponential growth and has become deeply ingrained into the practice of law. As we have seen the complexity and volume of data rise, Elluma has continually evolved the techniques and tools used to analyze and process the e-Discovery so as to best serve our clients’ needs.

About Elluma

About Us

eDiscovery and computer forensics

We offer an integrated approach to e-Discovery and computer forensics.

As the volume of email, documents and data increases, we have continually expanded our approaches and tools to address our clients’ goals. By integrating e-Discovery and computer forensics we can effectively tackle a wide range of needs. Computer forensics is an excellent tool to help determine specific actions an individual took on a computer or device. Our computer forensic analysts help solve the questions of who did what, when, where and how.

On the other hand, our e-Discovery consultants can help when there is a larger volume of data from servers, multiple computers parties. Our processes and technology is designed to ‘cut to the chase’ and determine what information is truly important in a case.

We consult with every client and provide detailed recommendations based on over 20 years combined experience. Unlike other e discovery service providers, we don’t just seek to host your data. We actively participate in your case as your trusted advisor and guide you through the complex maze of targeted production demands, case strategy, deposition preparation, document search review and analysis and finally expert testimony.

We understand that litigators are not technology experts. Our job is to proactively guide and teach what you need to know to litigate your case as effectively as possible.

Elluma Team

Meet The Team

 

With over 20 years + combined experience, we bring the unknown to light by helping you manage compliance, navigate litigation, and mitigate risk relating to fraud, impropriety and security threats.We are a multicultural team of leading experts from the fields of investigations, intelligence, risk analysis, cyber security, data breach response, and e-discovery. We are committed to serving clients with independence and integrity.

Eric Robi, CCE, President

Eric Robi is the founder and President of Elluma Discovery which provides a full range of electronic discovery services, computer forensic services and expert witness testimony. Eric has been actively involved in the legal technology industry since 2002 when he founded the firm. He is a sought-after computer expert witness with testimony in over a dozen trials and many depositions. He is an active member of the E.D.R.M. (Electronic Discovery Reference Model) which is an independent standards organization comprised of over 120 of the leading industry firms.

Prior to founding Elluma Discovery, Eric worked as an application developer and project manager developing computer-based-training software and services. Eric managed and actively participated in the development of early distance learning education delivered solely via technology. Eric holds a Master’s degree in Education with a specialty in Instructional Technology from Cal State Los Angeles which is a cross-disciplinary degree focusing the union of education and technology.

In addition to his duties at Elluma Discovery Eric sits on the Advisory Board for computer forensics at Cal State Fullerton and also teaches classes there in electronic discovery and computer forensics. He has been interviewed by CBS and Fox on numerous occasions regarding data security and forensics.

Bryan La Rock, VP of Client Services 

Bryan La Rock is Vice President of Client Services at Elluma Discovery. He has worked as a computer forensic analyst at Elluma Discovery since 2007 and has examined electronic evidence for well over 100 cases. He has testified as an expert witness in federal court and at civil arbitration. Bryan holds a CCE certification (Certified Computer Examiner), which is granted to him by the International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners.

Bryan comes to the world of digital forensic services from a rich computer background. He has been passionate about computers his entire life, having written his first computer program when he was about 7 years old. He earned his Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of California. After graduating, he worked as an independent contractor, helping small businesses in the Los Angeles area with their computer and network needs.

 

With this background, Bryan brings a unique set of skills to Elluma Discovery. He specializes in advanced techniques including database forensics, data recovery, timeline analysis, and custom forensic programming. He also serves as an eDiscovery expert and has developed processes that help Elluma excel in the areas of ESI processing, hosting, and production.

How We Can Help You

We take a unique approach to eDiscovery and computer forensics.


 

As an eDiscovery provider, we believe in cost-cutting measures to help you litigate as efficiently as possible without breaking the bank. We judiciously cull data before the review phase helping to reduce monthly costs. We don’t just host your data and step back. We work with you to ensure have the information you need to make fully informed decisions about your case.


 

As an eDiscovery service provider we believe our job is to help our clients litigate as effectively as possible. That’s why we don’t just process and host your data and step back. Instead, we work as your trusted eDiscovery consultant and partner to provide you with the information you need to help make the most informed decisions possible.

If your matter involves looking at an individual’s actions, computer forensics is the right approach to gain deeper insight into their specific activities and thought process.

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