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Consilio, a global leader in eDiscovery, document review, and legal consulting services, and Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management provider, have announced a definitive agreement to unite their worldwide operations, technology solutions and consulting resources.
Vound, a leading global provider of the eDiscovery and forensic search platform, Intella, announces the release of Intella 2.1.1 and Intella Connect 2.1.1. Intella fuses eDiscovery, forensic search and analytics features into a unified, end-to-end digital investigation platform and is available in desktop, or as the popular web-enabled version, Intella Connect or Intella Connect Plus.
Exterro® Inc., the preferred provider of software specifically designed for in-house legal and IT teams at Global 2000 and AmLaw 200 organizations, today announced a new five-part webcast series: Essential New E-Discovery Technology for In-House Legal Departments.
Hanzo, the world leader in collecting meaningful, dynamic content with confidence, will bring a new strategic integration to the Relativity platform. The integration, which automates processes and streamlines costs in collecting dynamic, unstructured content in its original native format, will be unveiled at Legalweek 2018, with a full release coming in February.
Relativity, makers of the industry leading e-discovery platform, announced today that Epstein Becker Green (EBG), one of the largest Employment, Labor & Workforce Management, and Health Care and Life Sciences law firms in the United States, will offer RelativityOne to their clients.
Deloitte, recently named a global leader in e-discovery services by IDC MarketScape, has expanded its existing nine-year working relationship with Relativity, the providers of the leading e-discovery platform.
Relativity today announced several enhancements to RelativityOne in time for Legalweek 2018, all aimed at simplifying and accelerating how Relativity's 160,000+ users around the globe conduct e-discovery.
Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management provider, today announced the company has launched a new sexual harassment taxonomy with which to identify and assess patterns of inappropriate workplace behaviour within an organisation’s electronically stored information. The new sexual harassment template is part of the Riskcovery® analytics suite.
Catalyst has named Eric Willis, a veteran business leader with more than 15 years’ experience in e-discovery and law, to be vice president of enterprise solutions. In this role, Willis will advise and collaborate with corporate clients to design strategies that meet their current and future needs across the data management lifecycle.
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