The City of Baltimore Chooses Logikcull to Power E-Discovery and PIA in the Cloud

The City of Baltimore Chooses Logikcull to Power E-Discovery and PIA in the Cloud

Logikcull announced today that it will bring its cloud discovery & investigation platform to the City of Baltimore, Maryland. With this multiyear agreement, the City will decrease the time and effort it takes to analyze and respond to requests for information, from any computer, phone, or tablet.

"In today's legal environment, responding quickly and accurately to discovery & Public Information Act [PIA] requests is critical for any legal team," said Matthew Nayden, Chief of Litigation at City of Baltimore’s Department of Law. "A cloud technology like Logikcull lets us centralize all of our document discovery matters. This makes the entire process faster and easier, allowing us to do more with our limited budget."

"Cities across the country are faced with daunting discovery & PIA demands that legacy discovery technologies & workflows simply weren't built for," said Andy Wilson, co-founder and CEO of Logikcull. "The City of Baltimore is at the forefront of modernizing its government by adopting intelligent tools, like Logikcull, to be better equipped to handle a rapidly changing world. We are thrilled to work with one our nation’s most respected cities that's helping to shape the future of The United States."

The City of Baltimore's legal department tasked with general supervision and efficient direction of the legal business of the City, chose Logikcull to:

  1. Automate as much of the discovery & investigation process as possible with intelligent data processing and batch operations to reduce costs attendant to litigation. This enables the City to marshal more information and increase its chances of successful outcomes.
  2. Make it easy and efficient for the City’s legal teams to collaborate as they analyze & search for documents.
  3. Help control litigation costs by using Logikcull's Culling Intelligence™ engine. Culling Intelligence™ makes it easy & fast for legal teams to intelligently and accurately review the contents of large sets of documents without the need to manually read each one.

Logikcull and the City of Baltimore share the same desire to bring efficiency & modern technology to government. By deploying Logikcull to power a better way of managing discovery & investigations, the City of Baltimore joins a rapidly growing list of cutting-edge law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and government organizations. Logikcull is making it easy for legal teams anywhere to access advanced discovery & investigation technology without the need for costly servers & software.


Logikcull's mission is to empower legal teams of all sizes & technical capabilities to efficiently organize, search, and collaborate on document collections for discovery & investigations, from anywhere. Every day, legal teams around the world effortlessly upload discovery data sets of all sizes, like Microsoft Outlook email databases, Office files & Cloud data, to Logikcull. Using Logikcull's Culling Intelligence™ engine, these data sets are automatically organized and made searchable, so that legal teams can quickly discover the facts of their case from their computer, phone, or tablet. Headquartered in Washington, DC, Logikcull is a privately held technology company. To learn more about Logikcull, visit


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