Pros: positive management
Cons: low hourly wage; isolating, repetitive tasks
Note that my views of EPIQ are through my six-month experience of working for them through a local temp agency, and so likely don't reflect the experience of the permanent employee.
The work I was doing was very data-entry oriented, and involved processing hundreds of correspondences daily, in an atmosphere that was professional, but sterile. The employees that thrived in that environment were quiet, determined, and not terribly social, preferring to interact with their computers and media more than co-workers.
That notwithstanding, they hire many temporary workers who are professional, and detail-oriented, to their continued benefit. I'm glad to have experienced EPIQ and their offerings, but need to be in a more stimulating, challenging environment.