EDRM, the leading standards organization for the eDiscovery market under the auspices of the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies, and Women in eDiscovery™ (WiE) today announced a new affiliate agreement.
Exterro Inc., the preferred provider of software specifically designed for in-house legal and IT teams at Global 2000 and AmLaw 200 organizations, and NightOwl Discovery, the leader in Corporate Discovery Management Programs announced today that NightOwl has joined the Exterro Orchestrated E-Discovery Partner program and has added internal certified experts who will focus on the Exterro Orchestrated E-Discovery Suite.
Catalyst, the leader in fast and scalable e-discovery platforms, today debuted a significantly improved version of the algorithm at the heart of Predict, the award-winning technology assisted review tool for the Insight and Insight Enterprise platforms.
Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management provider, today announced the company has filed a patent covering facial recognition technology in eDiscovery workflows.
Sandline Discovery, a boutique litigation support and eDiscovery service provider serving both law firms and corporations in the United States and globally, today announced the addition of Relativity, the eDiscovery software developed by kCura, to serve as the company’s primary platform for data processing, hosting and review services.
Casepoint launched the first AI-based case evaluation technology embedded within an eDiscovery platform, with a limited release to select clients in January 2017. Today, after progressively advanced research and development, CaseAssist is available to all Casepoint users to enhance their eDiscovery workflow.
Andrew Bye, an e-discovery and machine learning expert, has joined Catalyst as director of machine learning and analytics, where he will support Catalyst’s technology assisted review (TAR) initiatives and advise clients on Insight Predict projects from start to finish.
Anexsys, a leading independent legal technology and consultancy organisation, have announced their successful bid for a place on the Crown Commercial Service eDisclosure service framework (RM3717). The total value of the framework is estimated to be £13m over the initial two years.
After more than 2 years of development and a successful limited availability program, legal technology company CS Disco Inc. today announced the general availability of DISCO AI. A next generation, deep learning platform, DISCO AI applies the latest advancements in both machine learning and cloud computing to solve the complex data analysis challenges presented in the practice of law.
FRONTEO USA, Inc. today announced that they have achieved kCura’s Orange-level Relativity Best in Service recognition for providing an exceptional experience to Relativity end users. As an Orange-level Relativity Best in Service partner, FRONTEO meets the infrastructure, support, and expertise requirements of the program, while serving above average user counts.
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